Sorry you had to go through that. But I want to say while it sucks that you didn't get the position, they did you a favor in one small way. You got to see how it would be for you on a day to day basis at that company. I think you dodged a bullet in that respect, and I hope you found a place that sets realistic goals for interviews as well as work life balance.
Hi, I don't really understand how Yaser dodged a bullet. They provided amazing feedback to his work and rejected him in a firm but kind manner.
The extend of the task was quite large, but Yaser also did some extra stuff like the vue frontend which was not part of the task, but added a lot of effort from his side.
I'd say, be grateful for the feedback and use it to grow.
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