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Published: Nov 18 2012 / 22:49

In my previous post, I described a simple interview question and the various approaches different types of programmers take. These weren’t mistakes per se, but they revealed biases and were good indicators of potential future problems, or holes in a programmer’s mental map. Like the candidate who sees everything in terms of recursion (or avoids it at all cost), or who doesn’t mind implicit memory allocation for an object when a primitive will do.
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