Also with the take home projects, the success parameters are unclear. What are they looking for? It's a huge time suck with little to no return if you "fail." Sometimes there are a million ways to achieve the same result in code, which one are they looking for? With some tech leads preferring speed over quality, and "cleverness" over readability even if you complete the project there will always be some bias you're unaware of, I mean for example just look at how long style guides take to hash out and the disagreements over spaces vs tabs. The goalposts are often unimaginable!
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