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By piccoloprincipe
Published: Jul 14 2010 / 14:16

There is one common type of question that I think sets up both the candidate and the interviewer for failure. I’ve seen it asked by my interviewers, my co-interviewers, and even by me. The question takes this format: "Sketch out the object model for a x." I thought this was a great question for gauging a candidate’s comfort with Object Oriented Programming. I was wrong.
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