How to avoid unnecessarily failing a coding/design interview

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It can happen to the best of us: with minutes to understand something they would normally ponder about for hours in real life, and an interviewer watching them with an inscrutable expression, even a seasoned software engineer can find themselves failing a technical interview for a job they can do perfectly well. The loss is not just the candidate’s. It is the hiring manager’s loss as…

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hliyan

hliyan

Designing and developing software for 20 years. Ex London Stock Exchange Group, Ex Sysco. Currently leading engineering at :Different. Views personal.

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