That may sound mean, but it’s not. What I mean is that most competent interviewers will ask you what a closure is, and most of the time, getting the answer wrong will cost you the job. Or if you’re lucky enough to get an offer anyway, it will cost you potentially tens of thousands of dollars per year in pay because you’ll be hired as a junior instead of a senior level developer, regardless of how long you’ve been coding.
…artialities (a.k.a confirmation bias), and by not creating any sort of algorithm to verify sources. You are the world's largest news source with no verification of sources, no data attached to statements to verify them, and n0 ranking system for content producers based on quality.