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How to use a Google Document to Perform Whiteboard/Live-Coding Interviews

More than just real-time voice and video

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In today’s world of remote work and remote hiring, it is often hard, just on a video call, to interview a potential candidate effectively. Especially when it comes to technical interviews.




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Software Architect, Trainer, Consultant. Keeping up to date. I’ve noticed in over 30 years of programming, one’s current skills have a shelf life.

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