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Most people can only hold a handful of things in their memory at the same time–famously 7, plus or minus 2. (Personally, I’m lucky to hit 3). Technical interviewing requires keeping track of dozens of elements, from the logistics of conducting the interview to evaluating the code. You’re likely to lose some important details. That’s […]
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Frontend engineer interviews always seem to have so many things to be cognizant of.
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Make your tech recruiting more representative of real-world experiences and enable a more diverse pool of candidates to succeed in your process.