We talked to Oksana Tripolskaja, a co-founder of HR House, a small recruiting agency in Ukraine. Oksana has visited the Running Remote conference this year and shares her thoughts about the event in this interview.
Technical interviews are a staple of the tech world: they’re praised, they’re analyzed, they’re criticized, but they just cannot be ignored — after all, they often serve as the ultimate test to the developer’s knowledge. It’s no wonder aspiring developers put their maximum effort into preparing for technical interviews.
Proficiency in algorithms is such an essential part of programming knowledge that it’s hard to imagine great remote developers without it. The great thing about algorithms and when utilized properly, they can really make you shine in the eyes of your employer and colleagues.
I talked to Anuar Akhmetov, a Python developer employed by Soshace, who related his passion for programming, talked about finding the right mentor, changing the education system in post-soviet countries, and finally, how freelance could possibly change anyone’s life for the better.