Have you ever had or conducted an interview without whiteboarding, home assignments, binary-tree-rotations, write-a-website-in-two-hours, design-twitter-on-paper exercises?
Was there an interview where you only talked about the candidate's (or yours) previous experience, their projects, their role, how they solved problems?
I'd love to hear if you had such experience!
As an interviewer, did you feel it is better or worse than more traditional ones?
Was such an interview approach successful for you? More or less stressful for your candidates? Was there enough info about the candidate's skills? Were hired folks more or less successful?
As a candidate, did you present yourself better or worse? Did you feel more at ease? Did you prefer this approach or other ones?
I'll be happy if you could share your experience!
Thanks in advance!
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