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Prepping for a systems design interview

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Depending on your experience and background the system design part of a software engineering interview can be the hardest or feel the easiest. If you’ve had a lot of chances to build greenfield applications, draw on whiteboards, and transition between large-scale ideas and minute details it can feel almost like an average workday.

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