i'm just going to let myself rant here !!!! arghhhhhh why do i have to be one of those people that is pretty smart and good programmer but not under interview pressure when theres other stuck up lazy devs that do amazing in interviews and end up with higher salary while doing a worse job than u(slower)!!! arghhhhhhgggg

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    Need more background otherwise it comes across as you just being jealous at people who are good at interviewing.
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    I suck at interviewing as well.. just practice as much as you can
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    Unfortunate reality: better speakers and more empathetic and outward people get better jobs.

    The good side is: if you become one of those people, you will code better for their needs, and will understand the software needs of people better
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    Also, C#. Yew. Everybody knows that. And it doesn't have a quick feedback loop when coding.
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    @bartmr That yew about C# was a joke right? Quick feedback loop? You are trolling please tell me you are.

    What’s wrong with C#?
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    Being good at programming doesn't translate well to interviews. Being good and designing solutions might be what you are looking for.
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    I suck at interviews, but I fucking boss at negotiation, especially talking about remunerations.

    The best advice I can give you is to practice, just like you do with your code. Go for interviews even if you arent looking for a job, and do a whole bunch of them, you will 100% get better.
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    @grumpyoldaf When you have a big server project, every change needs a full shutdown and restart of the code, and needs full compiling of the solution. That's a lot of time wasted.
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