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Reverse interview

Reverse interview, entrevistar al entrevistador, y ver si ellos son un fit para uno. Un par de buenos recursos, y mis preguntas favoritas:

  • What has been a challenge for this job in the past?
  • Why are you looking to fill this role
  • What is the most important impact I can make in the 90 days
  • What are major trends affecting the company in the next year or two
  • What makes someone successful is there something I should do to be successful from day one?
  • What have you learned or how have you changed since working here?
  • What problem could I tackle for you quickly in this job?
  • Based on the interview, what feedback do you have for me?
  • What’s the employee turnover?
  • What's the on-call plan/schedule?
  • What does the onboarding look like?
  • How do you test code?
  • How do you integrate and deploy changes? Is it CI/CD?
  • How quickly can you setup a new local test environment for the product?
  • What happens when the team misses a release target?
  • How’s the engineering culture?
  • What’s the current tech stack?
  • Where is the engineering team located? It is fully remote?
  • How big is the team?
  • Do you have any concerns about my experience or skill set?
  • When was the last time you took time off? Whats the expectation when youre on vacations? expected that employees be checking emails, slack messages, etc. when OOO.


Empecé a leer Grokking Algorithms; lo tengo desde hace al menos 1 año en la lista de pendientes; lo compré por recomendación de Irene.

input de tipo search

TIL que los elementos input cuando reciben el valor de search para atributo type, nos proveen funcionalidades como autocomplete y una manera nativa de limpiar el input.

        <input type="search" id="mySearch" name="q">

Funciona similar al atributo text, pero dependiendo del browser el estilo es diferente, en Chrome muestra una X que cuando se le da click limpia el input.

Referencia: MDN <input type="search">


TIL el objeto String tiene un método repeat()

The repeat() method constructs and returns a new string which contains the specified number of copies of the string on which it was called, concatenated together.


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