The 5 types of JS Developers I find in Interviews
Shyam Seshadri

Sriharsha Sistalam Agreed, but as mentioned, this is just a ice-breaker. If I’m lucky, the candidate will mention using let from ES 2015, and that is usually a great sign forward.

Mohit Chawla Good, that is exactly the point of that question. I didn’t mention that it printed 0–9, but rather what would it print. I expect JS developers to understand basic concepts like event loops, and understand how JS works under the covers!

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