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Then recruiting a kind of cruising. You having the best answers doesn't mean shit. When I recruit I look at the code and how they tried to solve the problem. I don't give a shit about the finished en 30mins.
And I have passed a lot of technical tests and being said "no thanks" afterward. And that's cool.
I also passed technical tests, pair programming, and said "no thanks".
That being said I never:
* do a test requiring more than 4 hours
* do a test around business logic and could create really useful code
* do the first meeting in person (I won't move to meet you).
letterman175332dWhats FANG, i want to get into it already., lol.
devudaa0332dFacebook Amazon Netflix and Google.
Makes up for the most sought after top tier IT firms that pay you numbers that are just difficult to match