A compilation of coding interview tips I’ve given as a tutor/mentor/course facilitator. Will update as I get time to put more tips together!
This past summer, I interned at NETSCOUT Systems, Inc., a leading provider of application and network performance management products. My time there afforded me the perfect opportunity to dig deep into the magical powers of Ruby on Rails.
Every Monday, managers from each of NETSCOUT’s software engineering locations hold a “scrum of scrums” meeting to go over their team’s progress that week. Prior to the meetings, they would each spend an hour or so pulling data from Rally, an online agile process management software that the company uses. They would then manually generate graphs and charts in PowerPoint slides, type and format talking points or notes for the slides, send these slides to the other managers through email, and download the other managers’ slides to their machines. …
I was going through Kevin Skoglund’s Git Essential Training on Lynda.com and decided to take some notes for personal reference. You can contribute at the GitHub repository for the cheatsheet — all suggestions are welcome!