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All of those things, though, are inherently hard to test in a way that's fair, representative, and not easily cheated. Anyone who had a reproducible, consistent way to evaluate which candidates are good at those things would be able to make a whole lot of money.



I don't disagree, but that also doesn't mean coding interviews like we do them now are the best alternative.




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