re: Unpopular opinion? I don't do puzzle coding tests. VIEW POST

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I'd say dismissing them wholesale is probably shortsighted, there's a type of them that are bad (aka can you look up an algorithm and implement the pseudocode, which is also something you don't tend to do often), but there are plenty of good problem sites out there that will give you a lot of good practice at the basics. Being able to think about a problem and how you want to solve it and implement it without hesitation or running into basic issues is both valuable on the job and in interviews.

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