Frontend Technical Interview Prep
EDIT: Well this has been linked now so just an FYI this is still TBD. Feel free to comment if you have suggestions for improvements. Also here is an unrolled Twitter thread of a lot of the tips I talk about on here.
I've been doing frontend for a while now and one thing that really gripes me is the interview. I think the breadth of knowledge of a "Frontend Engineer" has been so poorly defined that people really just expected you to know everything. Many companies have made this a hybrid role. The Web is massive and there are many MANY things to know. Some of these things are just facts that you learn and others are things you really have to understand.
Every time I interview, I go over the same stuff. I wanted to create a gist of the TL;DR things that would jog my memory and hopefully yours too.
Lots of these things are real things I've been asked that caught me off guard. It's nice to have something you ca