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Employed programmers of Voat what's the best examples of coding challenges that you'll typically face during an interview. submitted by chrisduncan to programming

chrisduncan 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

So programming a typical bubble sort , insert sort, and merge sort? What's the most difficult problem you've had to solve during an interview.

Employed programmers of Voat what's the best examples of coding challenges that you'll typically face during an interview. submitted by chrisduncan to programming

chrisduncan 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

Thanks for that. I believe you sort of helped ease some nerves when it comes to the interviewing process.

Employed programmers of Voat what's the best examples of coding challenges that you'll typically face during an interview. submitted by chrisduncan to programming

chrisduncan 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

That's actual pretty simple do you know of any good links to practice coding challenges because I have been thinking of starting to apply to places, but am currently unaware of how hard or easy the interview questions are, but based off of what you're saying so far they seem somewhat easy.

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Account Deleted By User submitted by JerkZeus to programming

chrisduncan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Ruby is mostly for web dev not much else learned that the hard way. c is old school. Perl is pretty good for networking based on what i did of 5 mins of googling. Heard it also has a good libraries for networking, so just be careful it should be based off of what you wan't. I found C++ archaic so avoid that if your a beginner and I don't think there are many job opportunities for it.

Anyone here that knows anything about d3.js? submitted by plyruzz to programming

chrisduncan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Here's a good mooc on data visualization. Should teach you the basics of d3. What are you trying to accomplish with d3? https://www.udacity.com/course/data-visualization-and-d3js--ud507

UK to ban encrypted messenger services to combat the specter of ISIS submitted by cynoclast to technology

chrisduncan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Ha ha dumb ass thinks this will work. Security over freedom seem like the route governments are going these days.