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comment What responses disqualify a candidate from hiring during the interview?
pet projects... what if you are overly worked at your job and have no pet projects as a result.
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comment Any tips on getting hired as a software project manager straight out of college?
Go code instead of worrying about job titles. I would hate to have a project manager that has never had real experiencing coding.
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comment How to research a company to work at
I did ask them questions... but there are some types of things you can't ask or get good answers from the guy interviewing you. Like, are employees miserable? etc
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asked What's wrong with being a code monkey? (Or, what is a code monkey?)
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comment Is “Hiring only the Best” a really practical advice for normal desktop application programming?
They can't write Fibonacci sequence? That is in no way difficult... these people can't actually be programmers.
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comment Are neural networks the best approach to artificial intelligence and machine learning?
Also, it depends on the problem and where you want the computations to be. Do you want to make long computations in the beginning and have a fast classifier? If so, NNs can be a good solution. The fact that a NN can approximate any hypothesis given enough time and complexity is a very good thing.