This article seemed so promising, but by the end I didn’t understand how the RPI — “critical to…
Craig Wong

Hi Craig, while compassionate whiteboard interviews exist, we’ve found the RPI to be the best way to evaluate what we’ve found it takes to be a great engineer at Pivotal. The RPI is an opportunity for a candidate to work through real problems, demonstrate real value, and cooperate with someone who may end up becoming their real teammate. There are plenty of other parts of the developer hiring process—from diversity to nurturing developer talent after they’ve started—that we hope to tackle in future installments in this series. Are there any topics you’d be interested in hearing more about?

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