Hiring engineers is a painful, time-consuming, error-prone process. I think we can all agree to that. If done right, a good candidate will become a part of the company who adds value to it. If done wrong, candidates can waste the interviewer’s valuable time as well as their own time. Moreover, a bad candidate can also end up being an employee of the company adding little or even negative productivity – the team gets less work done with the new member onboard.
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