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The Sacramento Ruby Meetup Monthly Meetup


Our speaker for March will be Will Oller.

Surveys say people are more afraid of public speaking than spiders, clowns, even death. 

I think the same is true for developers writing code. Ask me to get in front of a group and write some code or fix a server - the stuff I make my living with - and I start to freeze up. 

So, let's all get together and ask each other interview questions. Simple stuff, hard stuff, it's not important. What's important is we do the work and answer the questions in front of the group, and practice working (or speaking) under pressure.

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  • Tom P.

    Interesting, I just picked up Appress' Coding Interview ebook. It's primarily on this topic. I'll bring it.

    March 20, 2014

  • will o.

    @Anthony When it happens to me it's often because I don't have the domain knowledge to write the code myself. I need a domain expert to help: an accountant, a firefighter, salesman, CEO, etc. They need to look over my shoulder because we're collaborating, and I'm trying to turn their thoughts into a system as we go along!

    March 19, 2014

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