Software interviews suck, but they don’t have to.
Thomas Ptacek: The software developer job interview doesn’t work. Companies should stop relying on them. The savviest teams will outcompete their peers by devising alternative hiring schemes. Years from now, we’ll look back at the 2015 developer interview as an anachronism, akin to hiring an orchestra cellist with a personality test and a quiz about music theory rather than a blind audition. Being good at navigating hiring processes requires a basket of skills that isn’t correlated with job performance.
Betable — where I work — is looking to hire a senior software engineer in San Francisco: Rubicon Media (Betable) has an opening for Senior Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA to Research, design, develop, and test operating systems-level software for business and general computing applications. Master’s in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field followed by 7 years progressive post-baccalaureate experience in job offered or software engineering-related occupation. Experience must include: