i want to be able to write, freely, again. i don’t know when, exactly, it happened; but it is clear to me now i’ve lost part of my (mind/self) that allowed me to express myself using illustrative language, and i don’t know how to get it back.
it’s coming together slowly, and it’s the largest amount of code i’ve had to write for one thing in a while. i don’t find it that much fun but it is interesting and somewhat small of a challenge to put it all together to fill a need i have.
not to mention the fact if your interview questions require that much prep then maybe you are failing at measuring relevant metrics for the candidate? it really feels like this is just to screen out people that aren’t fanatical about working for them. that seems toxic to me.
frankly the idea that they want me to spend multiple weeks to prep for a timed 30-minute coding interview specifically about aglorithm and datastructure questions that are for the most part irrelevant to ios dev is really obnoxious to me.
hi, i'm demi. i have an undiagnosed illness (causing peripheral neuropathy), and suffer from severe chronic pain.
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