⭐️ Companies that don't have a broken hiring process (by poteto)


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  • Taqueros developers: de verdad les llueven las ofertas millonarias o nada más es exageración del sub?
    reddit.com/r/mexico | 2021-05-10
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    Not sure how well updated it is anymore, but I remember this juicy list floating around HN a couple years ago.


  • Headaches and anxiety attacks due to work
    I'd suggest that you try for companies that don't use Leetcode for their interviews since you have 5 years of experience: https://github.com/poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards
  • Companies in NYC that don't ask Leetcode style questions?
    Probably this? https://github.com/poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards
  • Is leetcoding my only hope to get a good salary in london?
  • How much leetcode is needed for Data Sci
    reddit.com/r/csMajors | 2021-03-18
    Companies without whiteboarding
  • Silicon Valley Gimmicks
    Yes, it's true that programming challenges like LeetCode are still very much the "meta" for many of the highest-paying jobs in tech hubs. But there are also companies that don't do whiteboard interviews, many of which probably offer competitive compensation. Be warned that the list may not be 100% up-to-date though.
  • What’s with the coding tests at tech companies?
    reddit.com/r/devops | 2021-03-16
    This is a decent resource if you're looking for tech companies to apply to that don't do that: https://github.com/poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards
  • I've been developing Rails apps for 10 years and yesterday I failed a recruitment exam.
    reddit.com/r/rails | 2021-03-13
  • Career trajectory without Leetcode?
  • How do you deal with that voice in your head? (impostor syndrome)
    There are two schools of thought here. One is to get better at these types of interviews and the other is to avoid them. Neither is really a superior choice in my opinion it just depends on where you want to work and what you're comfortable with. Should you prefer to avoid companies that have high pressure interviews, here is a list of companies that hire without whiteboard testing you: https://github.com/poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards
  • Leetcode practice
    Researching companies, talking to their HRs, people who work there, usually help. Build a good network! Highly underrated requirement. Also https://github.com/poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards
  • Is there a platform with take-home assignments to get a job?
    Not a platform. But this repo has a list of companies that don’t do whiteboard interviews. https://github.com/poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards
  • All My Best Job-Getting Advice
    Passing coding interviews is a very high-value skill I believe anyone can learn given time, resources and realistic expectations. While difficult at first, they're actually a best effort to make interviews fair, predictable and standardized - and that makes coding interviews a well-defined problem that you can actually prepare for. And also, some places don't do them.