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accepted What actions should I not rely on the packaged functionality of my language for?
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comment What's the cheapest way to host hobby projects?
I got my internet blocked for a day doing this. So the OP needs to be aware of the repercussions of running a home server that is publicly accessible.
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comment What actions should I not rely on the packaged functionality of my language for?
Kinda. Like if relying on PHP sanitizing functions is a pitfall, what other common actions should I do myself to ensure they're done correctly or more appropriately for my situation.
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comment What actions should I not rely on the packaged functionality of my language for?
I guess I meant functions that come with the core library, not the "language" itself. Would it make more sense if I edited my question to say core libraries rather than language?
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comment What actions should I not rely on the packaged functionality of my language for?
I think you may be right with the extensions comment. It looks like php has a cryptography extension. I'm assuming that's what he was talking about.
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revised Should i expect real world questions from interviewing agency ?
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comment Should i expect real world questions from interviewing agency ?
Try Project Euler. Do them in Javascript to practice coding small tests. Also, it sounds like a lot of your focus is about Ajax. I doubt they would ask you to code anything like that (although I could be wrong, so it doesn't hurt to study it). I would think they would just ask you tests dealing with coding in Javascript.
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comment Should i expect real world questions from interviewing agency ?
@KPO The tests will most likely be in the form of small "write a function that does this" sort of thing. But, again, I have had lengthy tests done at the interview and also tests that I was given a period of time to do from home and to return to them at a later time.
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comment Should i expect real world questions from interviewing agency ?
@Oded You're absolutely correct. By not asking you to code, that shows that they do not value talent.
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comment Should i expect real world questions from interviewing agency ?
@KPO Now that part will depend. I had one where I was allowed to use php.net for looking up function definitions. But that was the large test I mentioned in my answer. For short tests, I would expect that they wouldn't give you resources. I wasn't given any for the fizzbuzz.
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comment Do Java applets have any place on the web today?
along the same lines ... programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/102090/…
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