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What Hiring Should Look Like

This is definitely not the first time I've written about this topic, but I haven't written formally about it in quite awhile. So I want to revisit why I think technical-position interviewing is so poorly designed, and lay out what I think would be a better process.

I'm just one guy, with a bunch of strong opinions and a bunch of flaws. So take these suggestions with a grain of salt. I'm sure there's a lot of talented, passionate folks with other thoughts, and some are probably a lot more interesting and useful than my own.

But at the same time, I hope you'll set aside the assumptions and status quo of how interviewing is always done. Just because you were hired a certain way, and even if you liked it, doesn't mean that it's a good interview process to repeat.

If you're happy with the way technical interviewing currently works at your company, fine. Just stop, don't read any further. I'm not going to spend any effort trying to convince you otherwise.

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akanshgulati / tasks.md
Last active Mar 3, 2021
Visual Studio Code task to compile and run C programs
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Introduction

The below code is the configuration for the Microsoft Visual Code tasks which will enable you to compile and run C program

Steps

  1. Press Cmd + Shift + P
  2. Type Configure task ( A task.json file will be created for that project )
  3. Copy below configuration code and save it.

Usage

Simple press Cmd + Shift + B to compile and run.

Note: Make sure you select the tab having C program as below tasks run on active tab in VS Code.

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Bhavdip / sketch-never-ending.md
Created Oct 6, 2016
Modify Sketch to never ending trial
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###Sketch trial non stop

Open hosts files:

$ open /private/etc/hosts

Edit the file adding:

127.0.0.1 backend.bohemiancoding.com
127.0.0.1 bohemiancoding.sketch.analytics.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com
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paulirish / what-forces-layout.md
Last active May 15, 2021
What forces layout/reflow. The comprehensive list.
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What forces layout / reflow

All of the below properties or methods, when requested/called in JavaScript, will trigger the browser to synchronously calculate the style and layout*. This is also called reflow or layout thrashing, and is common performance bottleneck.

Generally, all APIs that synchronously provide layout metrics will trigger forced reflow / layout. Read on for additional cases and details.

Element APIs

Getting box metrics
  • elem.offsetLeft, elem.offsetTop, elem.offsetWidth, elem.offsetHeight, elem.offsetParent
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nolanlawson / protips.js
Last active Mar 31, 2021
Promise protips - stuff I wish I had known when I started with Promises
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// Promise.all is good for executing many promises at once
Promise.all([
promise1,
promise2
]);
// Promise.resolve is good for wrapping synchronous code
Promise.resolve().then(function () {
if (somethingIsNotRight()) {
throw new Error("I will be rejected asynchronously!");
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ecmendenhall / jasmine_chrome_tests.md
Created Sep 18, 2012
Integrating the Jasmine test runner for Chrome extension development
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[Jasmine][jas] is an excellent framework for JavaScript testing, but I had a tough time coaxing it into cooperation with the Chrome extension I was developing. Jasmine's default testrunner uses an inline script block that listens for window.onload to setup the test environment, but Chrome prohibits extensions from running inline code. Alas, it's not as easy as importing the inline code as a separate file. After a little tinkering, this is what I came up with:

Extension
    ├── html
    ├── js 
    ├── manifest.json
    └── tests
        ├── jasmine
        │   └── lib
        │       └── jasmine-1.2.0