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re: Disagree with 4. As an interviewer (for Amazon), I will never accept a candidate without a working solution. But I will accept a candidate who writ...
 

Totally agree with you, Sean. It was geared towards candidates who don't even try to find the solution and become content with the brute-force solution. Some candidates don't even try to come out of their comfort zone and that's a red flag.

 

IMHO both are red flags: candidate who writes only the perfect solution, candidate who writes only the worst solution.

The solution should be a way to discuss (and learn) as many things as you can.

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