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"Underperform[ing] because [you] didn't like [your] tasks" is the sign of a very poor employee, and, in my mind, you are rather lucky that you didn't get fired given that you repeatedly made changes where your new "features were breaking existing functionalities, or that [your] bug fixes weren't working". It seems like you are now aware of that, and are ...


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I used to have similar thoughts and problems, frowned upon my colleagues for not respecting best methodologies and thought I was better than most (not saying you think this, but I did when I was junior), but as I eventually become more experienced, I understood I was missing a big part of the picture. I underperformed because I didn't like my tasks Well, ...


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The thing is that I really didn't like it, I was also working on micro-features and I felt that I had coding-monkey tasks, so I made the horrible mistake of not giving importance to my tasks, also because I though that they weren't so important for the company This is indeed a horrible mistake. For your company these tasks might indeed be not that important,...


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You should expect to write code. Preferably, work on personal projects consistently in the weeks leading up to your interview. This will train your brain to be in JavaScript mode so you don't fumble JavaScript's syntax while trying to implement an algorithm they've asked you to write. Search the web for "JavaScript exercises" or "JavaScript interview ...


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I wanted to put this as a comment but i don't have enough rep. Anyway here is a questionnaire for job interviews with basic/common questions of javascript. Although the focus is for front end, the questionnaire has many of the basics like these questions: Basic JS Knowlegment Explain event delegation. Explain how this works in JavaScript. What ...


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I've held a couple of interviews with prospective employees supposed to work with js, ng, node & pgsql and therefore put a little questionnaire together to rate the candidates. The first part doesn't even consist of any programming but rather general IT-questions to see if they have even the most basic understandings of computers and networks: 1.1 ...


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