How Developers Can Cultivate and Evaluate Problem Solving Skillsby@thedigicat

How Developers Can Cultivate and Evaluate Problem Solving Skills

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A blog featuring in-depth posts about Python, Scala, TDD, devops, security and all things devops. "I will write a class" is usually the first sentence I hear when the candidate tries to tackle a problem. Leading such interviews requires a lot of effort to avoid transforming them into nitpicking sessions. The candidate feels every single keystroke is scrutinized and analyzed. This is the result of a culture that mistakes tools for solutions, and if I can detect it in senior programmers, it means it already propagated into our teams and our companies.

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