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It sounds like you don't want to...? And I don't blame you. Have you checked out: https://github.com/poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards? Plenty of companies out there are using much more reasonable coding challenges to hire people, especially for senior level roles.
This course categorizes coding interview problems into a set of 16 patterns. Each pattern will be a complete tool - consisting of data structures, algorithms, and analysis techniques - to solve a specific category of problems. The goal is to develop an understanding of the underlying pattern, so that, we can apply that pattern to solve other problems. [UnavailableForLegalReasons - Repository access blocked]
Try this https://github.com/Chanda-Abdul/Grokking-the-Coding-Interview-Patterns it's based off educative.io's "Grokking the Coding Interview" course (which is also pretty decent)
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