The more interesting part of the conversation was how the CTO vets whether a developer is senior or not. He adds a second, more obscure language requirement to the job listings. For example, he adds “must have X years experience writing SQL,” or “must know OCaml.” That way, he can ask one question and weed out most of the unqualified applicants before wasting any more time.
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