Between day jobs and family responsibilities, the current technical interview process is anxiety inducing and burdensome for candidates — benefiting those who have the time and resources to prepare, while creating a barrier for those who do not, said Sargun Kaur, the General Manager for Byteboard. So despite companies investing 7 to 9 hours per person on interviewing, they miss out on great, capable talent by testing for memorization instead of practical application of skills. Byteboard...

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