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A Practical Coding Exercise for Technical Interviews

You should consider not using LeetCode problems for technical interviews.

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LeetCode is a well-known online platform for enhancing programming skills and LeetCode problems are being widely used for technical interviews. Some companies do live coding sessions, which works well in checking applicants’ logical thinking abilities…

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Changhui Xu

Changhui Xu

Senior Application Developer. MBA. I write blogs about .NET, Angular, JavaScript/TypeScript, Docker, AWS, DDD, and many others.

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