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Don’t be caught by surprise: lean what you can, just like intelligent machines do. Click here for the full list of interview questions you should be able to answer.
By going through these questions and answers, you can not only have a fair idea about the various questions that you will be asked, but you can showcase your interviewers, your broader knowledge of the applications and implications of AI.
Sometimes simpler is better. Chances are you’re better at what you do if you just do what you’re told.
In truth, having the time, energy, and focus to work on a side project is a privilege. Treating side projects as a defining feature of a good software developer excludes a huge number of people. We don’t need that kind of gate-keeping in our industry.
I know, it seems obvious: why work harder?
Focusing on what should be done (eliminating the constraint) and ignoring what shouldn’t is the core of Goldratt’s theory.
Be nice. It pays off.
It’s unusual to say hello to strangers on the street or talk to someone on the bus. This seems odd to me, especially considering the demonstrable benefits of kindness. Altruism can improve your health and even create physical changes within your body.
Inspiration can be hard to come by. Here’s what you need to get it back on track.
Focus instead on the touchpoints and the user’s mental state and context in these specific moments, pinpointing crucial elements that could help to improve the product.