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magicMirror10261137dNext time will be better.
Interviews are like that. You get better at them.
@lambda123 yea, same for me 😅 I'm a dev, not a CS teacher. I've never needed to know any of that theory in real life but I see how it's a good way for them to filter out some candidates.
Although I have over 10y experience, I never went to college so my knowledge of the theory is a burning dumbster.
Voxera11049137dHave they told you you failed?
A good interviewer would recognize brainfarts and take them for what they are and either ignore them or ask som followup questions.
AlmondSauce16074137dWe all screw up, I've screwed up plenty of stuff I just should have known. Learn from it, then onwards and upwards!
Midnight-shcode4645137don one tech interview, i screwed something up in the coding part too, and realized it on my way home, so as soon as i arrived (i didn't have mobile data) home, i sent them a mail explaining and containing a fix.
later when they hired me they said they took it as a big plus in making the decision.