Whiteboard-style coding interviews has a bad reputation, and within the software industry they are being perceived as "bad interview practice" in general. Despite this perception, many companies still hire software engineers through this interviewing process. Are they really that bad? Why do they exist in the way they are today? I cannot promise to give you all the answers, but will at least give you my personal view on this based on my own experience both as an interviewer and interviewee.
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It's very common that you get asked about your proudest achievement. I wanted to put mine here publicly so that I would have a place to direct people to. So, here it is :)
What does good look like for a software engineer? This is a question you might be asking frequently to yourself and I tried to share my thoughts on the topic with this blog post.
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