- Trainee: Performance review every 3 months.
- Junior 1, Junior 2, Junior 3: Performance review every 3 months.
- Middle 1, Middle 2, Middle 3: Performance review every 6 months.
- Senior 1, Senior 2: Performance review every 6 months.
Note: The performance review schedule may vary depending on the specific
company's policies and guidelines.
|Ability||can make a news app talking to a JSON API||can timely design and deliver fast and reliable chat module||can establish team behaviour standards with non-fanatical ideas|
|Code Integration||uses git to move code around||has an opinion about GitFlow||has ideas how to build a CI process and automate chores|
|Paradigms||got the idea of OOP||got hands dirty with FRP||brings value from other platforms and paradigms|
|Dependencies||knows how to use Cocoapods||knows why apps can't use SPM, but Carthage is an option||knows why it is essential to own/reduce dependencies|
|Platform||uses Array, Dictionary and Set||knows Value/Reference types and Equatable/Hashable||knows the details of method dispatch of both Swift and Obj-C|
|Client-Server Protocol||getting that JSON from the Internet is a piece of cake!||making a WebSocket-based real-time chat is feasible||building a video chat is an achievable challenge|
|Reference||uses StackOverflow as a single source of truth||often uses official documentation||asks platform developers and can reverse engineer|
|Memory||knows how to avoid and fix a memory leak||knows NSPointerArray and why structs increase binary size||has a strategy to reduce out-of-memory crashes|
|UI||can build basic UI in the Interface Builder||has reasons to make UI in code||can take layout and diff calculation to non-main thread|
|Multithreading||asyncAfter is a friend, @synchronize all the things||asyncAfter is an enemy, and thread synchronization is a problem||understands multithreading problems beyond the deadlock|
|Attitude||expects others to teach and guide during development||discusses design with the team to share decision||takes responsibility for design decision made by teammates|
|Design Patterns||understands Delegation, Target-Action and MVC idea||is proficient at Observer, Facade and Mediator patterns||knows the sweet spot between dependency injection and service locator|
|Product Quality||the app is tested if it works on my phone||writes unit tests and tried TDD and UI tests||defines a maintainable test pyramid with non-overlapping coverage areas|
The average time to complete a task or answer a question is 10 to 15 minutes.
The average time to complete a performance review is 2-3 hours.
There are 13 sections in total. One task is provided for the solution (out of 5
in the section) at the choice of the interviewer. It is possible to provide a
second chance (the second task out of 5) if the first one causes difficulty,
with a score adjustment by a factor of ~ 0.5.
I have a clear focus on time-to-market and don't prioritize technical debt. And I took part in the Pre-Sale/RFX activity as a System Architect, assessment efforts for Mobile (iOS-Swift, Android-Kotlin), Frontend (React-TypeScript) and Backend (NodeJS-.NET-PHP-Kafka-SQL-NoSQL). And I also formed the work of Pre-Sale as a CTO from Opportunity to Proposal via knowledge transfer to Successful Delivery.
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