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My Google Front End Interview Questions

Traditionally, Google likes to hire for generalists. Everybody gets the same set of interviews for coding, algorithms, system design, and Googley behavior. Our expectation is that once an engineer joins Google, they can change teams, learn the programming language/domain, and fit in almost anywhere.

Aside: according to Google code tools, I wrote code in 20 different languages!

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William Wen

William Wen

25 years in tech | 13 years @ Google | 9+ years Tesla Investor | |

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