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Failing at Google Interviews

I’ve participated in about four sets of Google interviews (of about 3 interviews each) for various positions. I’m still not a Googler though, which I guess indicates that I’m not the best person to give this advice. However, I think it’s about time I put in

Advice to CS Undergrads

Since I’m starting my PhD this year, I have been reflecting on how I would be different if I went back in time and started my degree all over again. I am also continuing tutoring, in my 4th year, and I have been occasionally approached by students and asked

Things Smarter People Said #1

I am currently reading Code Complete 2 [http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0735619670/alexbowecom-20] as per Jeff Atwood’s Recommended Reading for Developers [http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2004/02/recommended-reading-for-developers.html] list, where I came across this interesting quote by Glenford Myers: > We try to solve the problem