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How not to do a take-home coding assignment

Tell me about your biggest flaw

Technical interviews are a contentious topic, to say the least. It applies both as a candidate and as an interviewer. It feels that you end up sinking a lot of time into it, often with little to show for it.

More concretely, it seems that take-home coding assignments are becoming more and more the norm in the tech industry. Do you have opinions about them? I surely do! In this post, I…

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Mario Fernández

Mario Fernández

I develop software for a living. Then I go home and I continue reading about software, because I just cannot get enough. Nowadays I work for ThoughtWorks.

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