Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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Questions about the last step of the hiring process. Possible areas can include how fast to respond, how to handle multiple offers, salary negotiations, etc.

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At my previous workplace there was a name mixup by HR and they rejected the candidate who was selected. By the time the tech interviewer realized the mistake and HR contacted the candidate, he had alr …
answered Mar 4 '17 by Anon
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When in college, I got selected via campus recruitment and the company sent me an offer letter by email, to which I replied, because I knew this was a trusted source. On the joining day, they gave my …
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I was interviewed and selected by a startup in India which through my research I found was named x but is now named y. They are said to be funded by a company G. G's website says they are funding x. I …
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Perhaps the right answer to this is to simply ask the employer, and they should be able to give you a convincing answer. If they can't, then that is a serious red flag and you should consider other jo …
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