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I think testing a candidate in an interview situation is not a very good way to select a candidate, unless this is how you design and create products in your company (I hope not). And regardless of how well they perform in the interview, there is always some degree of uncertainty for how this performance will translate into their job. I believe that ...


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Test cases are always a good idea. They're more than just a right/wrong answer, they're a look in to the candidates thought processes, and they might even give you some new insights. However, it shouldn't be an actual company for several reasons: -they might not understand the situation, and wild guesses or luck make for an uneven playing field. -you run ...


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Often times it's not advised to have a design candidate solve an actual problem your company is trying to solve. This can be seen as spec work, which in the industry, is considered a no-no. Instead, create design problems that are not directly related to the core problems your company is trying to solve. They can, however, solve a similar types of problems. ...



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