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comment Job Interview Challenges
Hi, since this was over 2 years ago, I don't remember my teacher's response. I have never needed to solve any such silly questions during job interviews and I would definitely tell an interviewer 'FYNQ' as @Will would do. In the end, I'm not a computer scientist but merely a (mostly) self-taught web/rails developer and I haven't dug into things like Project Euler or similar. Perhaps I should, someday, but I'm fairly sure I lack the mathematical skills and/or knowledge of algorithms and basic computer science. At this point in my career, it's not my primary concern either. I get by :)
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Find another job where people don't look down on you and respect eachother.
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Okay, thanks. I just found out about 'The C Puzzle Book'. Guess I'll check that one out and do some puzzling.
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Thanks everyone for the comments. I guess I'll take up a discussion with my teacher about this and see how he reacts/defends the riddle. Anyway, are there sites or books with 'real' riddles/puzzles related to programming? Thanks.
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Oops, I forgot to mention that :'D Edited. Thanks.
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answered Please guide this self-taught Web Developer