A bit of scrolling through tech communities on Twitter or Reddit can reveal a bottomless pit of complaints about the questions asked in job interviews.
From whiteboarding obscure algorithms in linear time to solving cryptic riddles, most people who've been through a few tech interviews have a horror story of something that caught them wildly off-guard.
But what's less-often discussed are the high quality questions — the ones that really help you differentiate yourself or communicate something about the priorities of the role.
So what's the best question you've been asked in an interview? What did you like about it?
If you conduct interviews, what's your favorite question to ask?