Greg Jordan on the Google Interview

Greg Jordan, one of my three (!) older brothers, recently had his first ever programming interview—at Google!

In this take-no-prisoners, violate-no-NDAs podcast interview, Greg talks about:

This is the episode I wish I had back when I did my first interviews.

Thanks Greg!

EDIT: Reader Hao asked a great question about some resources for Javascript “gotchas”. Two of my favorites are JS scope, JS pass-by-*, and Hao suggests JS Gotchas

Brian Jordan is a software engineer and game developer in San Francisco, California. Formerly at PopCap Games, TripAdvisor and One Laptop per Child. Brian is the curator of Coding for Interviews, the weekly programming practice newsletter and teacher of the Coding for Interviews course.

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