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By Djkiou
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Published: Jan 22 2013 / 06:36

Programmers often experience a high degree of frustration during the interview process, and one primary source of annoyance is how the programmer perceives the line of questioning or exercises. In a buyer’s market where supply exceeds demand, hiring managers will often be a bit more selective in evaluating candidates, and talent evaluators may request or require more specific skill-sets than they would if the talent pool were deeper. These tactics are short-sighted but deemed necessary in a crunch. I recently stumbled on two articles with an identical theme. “If Carpenters Were Hired Like Programmers” was written in 2004, and “What If Cars Were Rented Like We Hire Programmers” was posted very recently. The tl;dr of these posts is essentially that programmers being interviewed are asked incredibly esoteric questions or are
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