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David Fincher should make a movie about the Google coding interview. It has everything he needs to win another Oscar or three: High stakes. A hero beating impossible odds. Rich, understated character drama that gleefully exposes the inner workings of top tech companies. After The Social Network, I don’t know if he has space left above his fireplace, but if he does then he should definitely give it some thought. Plus, the plot offers the perfect opportunity to display his gift for creating instantly believable, sympathetic-yet-irritating characters - right? Here is how I imagine it would go: Brian had just walked out the interview room. So far he was the only one to come out smiling today. He had a big, “nailed it” grin on his face. SOMEONE had passed, finally. So it was at least… possible? But he was the Boy Genius. Of course HE would pass the coding interview. 90% of Google’s engineers were using the open source software he wrote in his junior year. And he had taken eight months off to study for the interview full time. There was a bunch of us in the lobby, waiting to be picked up by our “handler” and dropped off in a room somewhere to be interviewed. Nobody really knew each other, but we all knew Brian. “Gee, I wouldn’t want to go after HIM” someone muttered. I bet I wasn’t the only one who imagined HIS code to look like something out of Guido van Rossum’s personal notebook - elegant, no inefficiencies or bottlenecks, born perfectly optimized, an Athena rising fully-formed from Zeus’s forehead. How could you NOT be a disappointment after THAT? A minute passed. Then another. Eventually my “handler” walked into the lobby, scanned his list of candidates, and smiled a evil smile. I think he meant it to be reassuring, actually, but it looked like a python getting ready to strike. People around me shuffled uncomfortably, suddenly fascinated by the floor patterns... counting the number of spotlights in the ceiling... doing just about ANYTHING to blend unobtrusively into the background and avoid eye contact, hoping and praying he would forget about their existence and call someone else in for the slaughter. He called me. We started walking. This guy’s definitely giving me CIA vibes, I thought. Although I don’t know if that makes me his field agent... or a detainee about to be dumped off somewhere in Googlantanamo.As we navigated the corridors, I had flashbacks of my “frenemies” from college. I saw them in my mind’s eye… whispering, pointing, mocking. “Time to face the music,” one of them chuckled. “I heard you only prepped for 6 weeks, and just 30 minutes a day!?” The demonic crowd laughed. They were all certain that I’d freeze up under the pressure, and wouldn’t even be able to invert a binary tree. “I don’t know, he seems confident,” I heard my old roommate whisper. “Can he really code that well?” “Hell, no!” my Nemesis exclaimed. “We went to the same college. He’s decent, but no genius. And he has no engineering experience under his belt. He’s still a student. Just you watch, he’ll come out crying… This is going to be good." With that, the door closed behind me. And I skidded back into reality. Too lost in my own pity party, I hadn’t even realized we’d arrived. Eventually, my interviewer showed up. To be honest, she didn’t seem super excited to be there. She asked me a few questions about myself and we went through my resume while she took a few notes on her laptop. She was polite, but she definitely looked like a software engineer who would prefer to be doing her job instead. I felt like an interruption in her day. Next, she slid the technical question across the desk. I decided to make the most of the situation. With mock dignity I took the cap off the marker and blew on it like a cowboy blowing on the tip of his pistol. The interviewer smiled. Well, at least they have a sense of humor. Then I looked at the problem. Oh. They had given me a “hard" problem. The bane of every software developer’s existence. And it was one I had never seen before. Then I started to code. Insta
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David Fincher should make a movie about the Google coding interview. It has everything he needs to win another Oscar or three: High stakes. A hero beating impossible odds. Rich, understated character drama that gleefully exposes the inner workings of top tech companies. After The Social Network, I don’t know if he has space left above his fireplace, but if he does then he should definitely give it some thought. Plus, the plot offers the perfect opportunity to display his gift for creating instantly believable, sympathetic-yet-irritating characters - right? Here is how I imagine it would go: Brian had just walked out the interview room. So far he was the only one to come out smiling today. He had a big, “nailed it” grin on his face. SOMEONE had passed, finally. So it was at least… possible? But he was the Boy Genius. Of course HE would pass the coding interview. 90% of Google’s engineers were using the open source software he wrote in his junior year. And he had taken eight months off to study for the interview full time. There was a bunch of us in the lobby, waiting to be picked up by our “handler” and dropped off in a room somewhere to be interviewed. Nobody really knew each other, but we all knew Brian. “Gee, I wouldn’t want to go after HIM” someone muttered. I bet I wasn’t the only one who imagined HIS code to look like something out of Guido van Rossum’s personal notebook - elegant, no inefficiencies or bottlenecks, born perfectly optimized, an Athena rising fully-formed from Zeus’s forehead. How could you NOT be a disappointment after THAT? A minute passed. Then another. Eventually my “handler” walked into the lobby, scanned his list of candidates, and smiled a evil smile. I think he meant it to be reassuring, actually, but it looked like a python getting ready to strike. People around me shuffled uncomfortably, suddenly fascinated by the floor patterns... counting the number of spotlights in the ceiling... doing just about ANYTHING to blend unobtrusively into the background and avoid eye contact, hoping and praying he would forget about their existence and call someone else in for the slaughter. He called me. We started walking. This guy’s definitely giving me CIA vibes, I thought. Although I don’t know if that makes me his field agent... or a detainee about to be dumped off somewhere in Googlantanamo.As we navigated the corridors, I had flashbacks of my “frenemies” from college. I saw them in my mind’s eye… whispering, pointing, mocking. “Time to face the music,” one of them chuckled. “I heard you only prepped for 6 weeks, and just 30 minutes a day!?” The demonic crowd laughed. They were all certain that I’d freeze up under the pressure, and wouldn’t even be able to invert a binary tree. “I don’t know, he seems confident,” I heard my old roommate whisper. “Can he really code that well?” “Hell, no!” my Nemesis exclaimed. “We went to the same college. He’s decent, but no genius. And he has no engineering experience under his belt. He’s still a student. Just you watch, he’ll come out crying… This is going to be good." With that, the door closed behind me. And I skidded back into reality. Too lost in my own pity party, I hadn’t even realized we’d arrived. Eventually, my interviewer showed up. To be honest, she didn’t seem super excited to be there. She asked me a few questions about myself and we went through my resume while she took a few notes on her laptop. She was polite, but she definitely looked like a software engineer who would prefer to be doing her job instead. I felt like an interruption in her day. Next, she slid the technical question across the desk. I decided to make the most of the situation. With mock dignity I took the cap off the marker and blew on it like a cowboy blowing on the tip of his pistol. The interviewer smiled. Well, at least they have a sense of humor. Then I looked at the problem. Oh. They had given me a “hard" problem. The bane of every software developer’s existence. And it was one I had never seen before. Then I started to code. Insta
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David Fincher should make a movie about the Google coding interview. It has everything he needs to win another Oscar or three: High stakes. A hero beating impossible odds. Rich, understated character drama that gleefully exposes the inner workings of top tech companies. After The Social Network, I don’t know if he has space left above his fireplace, but if he does then he should definitely give it some thought. Plus, the plot offers the perfect opportunity to display his gift for creating instantly believable, sympathetic-yet-irritating characters - right? Here is how I imagine it would go: Brian had just walked out the interview room. So far he was the only one to come out smiling today. He had a big, “nailed it” grin on his face. SOMEONE had passed, finally. So it was at least… possible? But he was the Boy Genius. Of course HE would pass the coding interview. 90% of Google’s engineers were using the open source software he wrote in his junior year. And he had taken eight months off to study for the interview full time. There was a bunch of us in the lobby, waiting to be picked up by our “handler” and dropped off in a room somewhere to be interviewed. Nobody really knew each other, but we all knew Brian. “Gee, I wouldn’t want to go after HIM” someone muttered. I bet I wasn’t the only one who imagined HIS code to look like something out of Guido van Rossum’s personal notebook - elegant, no inefficiencies or bottlenecks, born perfectly optimized, an Athena rising fully-formed from Zeus’s forehead. How could you NOT be a disappointment after THAT? A minute passed. Then another. Eventually my “handler” walked into the lobby, scanned his list of candidates, and smiled a evil smile. I think he meant it to be reassuring, actually, but it looked like a python getting ready to strike. People around me shuffled uncomfortably, suddenly fascinated by the floor patterns... counting the number of spotlights in the ceiling... doing just about ANYTHING to blend unobtrusively into the background and avoid eye contact, hoping and praying he would forget about their existence and call someone else in for the slaughter. He called me. We started walking. This guy’s definitely giving me CIA vibes, I thought. Although I don’t know if that makes me his field agent... or a detainee about to be dumped off somewhere in Googlantanamo.As we navigated the corridors, I had flashbacks of my “frenemies” from college. I saw them in my mind’s eye… whispering, pointing, mocking. “Time to face the music,” one of them chuckled. “I heard you only prepped for 6 weeks, and just 30 minutes a day!?” The demonic crowd laughed. They were all certain that I’d freeze up under the pressure, and wouldn’t even be able to invert a binary tree. “I don’t know, he seems confident,” I heard my old roommate whisper. “Can he really code that well?” “Hell, no!” my Nemesis exclaimed. “We went to the same college. He’s decent, but no genius. And he has no engineering experience under his belt. He’s still a student. Just you watch, he’ll come out crying… This is going to be good." With that, the door closed behind me. And I skidded back into reality. Too lost in my own pity party, I hadn’t even realized we’d arrived. Eventually, my interviewer showed up. To be honest, she didn’t seem super excited to be there. She asked me a few questions about myself and we went through my resume while she took a few notes on her laptop. She was polite, but she definitely looked like a software engineer who would prefer to be doing her job instead. I felt like an interruption in her day. Next, she slid the technical question across the desk. I decided to make the most of the situation. With mock dignity I took the cap off the marker and blew on it like a cowboy blowing on the tip of his pistol. The interviewer smiled. Well, at least they have a sense of humor. Then I looked at the problem. Oh. They had given me a “hard" problem. The bane of every software developer’s existence. And it was one I had never seen before. Then I started to code. Insta
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