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comment Tricky logic puzzles - Are they really useful in assessing programming skills?
Excellent answer. Offtopic: Your example question #3 makes me curious. I am interested in knowing more on your opinions about layered design.
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comment Tricky logic puzzles - Are they really useful in assessing programming skills?
+1, Couldn't agree more with the last paragraph!
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comment Tricky logic puzzles - Are they really useful in assessing programming skills?
@Rein: Upvoted! :)
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comment Tricky logic puzzles - Are they really useful in assessing programming skills?
@Rein: I'd like it if you post this as an answer.
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comment Tricky logic puzzles - Are they really useful in assessing programming skills?
@Jeff: Yes, the interviewer did mention that.
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comment Is there a canonical book on Scala?
@prassee: Agree with the first part; disagree with the second.
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comment What are the drawbacks of Python?
Why the downvote?
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comment Is anything in programming truly evil?
Re #2: I used to think the same until I started using Scala.
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