Tips for running "good" coding interviews?

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  • sprig

    Useful template functions for Go templates.

    Not at all. It was "write a helm template using the following imaginary values in a values file". In 30 minutes, I was able to google the Kubernetes api and the sprig functions for templating, complete the assignment, fix a stupid typo the unit test caught, and spend 5 minutes trying to think of any corner cases that hidden unit tests might catch (I don't know if there were any hidden unit tests). The goal of this take-home assessment was to prove that you are not wasting an engineer's time when they call you, not to prove that you should be hired.

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