I’ve done A LOT of Senior DE interviews at FAANG etc recently. I noticed that there isn’t a lot of real world interview questions online, you sort of have to rely on previous work experience.
So now I’m building a InterviewCake style website for DE questions. It’s gonna be more subjective than algorithms obviously but I think there’s a lot of value in having questions to mull over.
Would people be interested in something like this?
Hi. I was browsing a few pictures I took of friend in a nearby tiny park. Totally non hostile. Nice wooden benches.
One day, a homeless person was there as we discussed and took pictures. He laid on the grass, happy king on a sunny day, as we drank beers on the benches.
It was a mighty good day.
I'm not always proud of my city (middle-sized town in the north of France) but the last time homeless people were a political subject, it was about setting up public and free lockers for their belongings.
Hostile architectures hurts us all. Not only the poorest and destitute. Good architecture is were we congregate and have a moment of peace and fun.
I won't mention names here, but in my learning process of Flutter, I've encountered a lot of tutorials online advocating some implementation of "clean architecture". What I don't understand is why these implementations have overdone code separation (e.g. one subfolder for literally each box in the architecture diagram), overuse of complex patterns that were originally meant to be problem-specific, and in general going through more hoops than necessary/practical (so that the code looks "smarter"?)
C'mon, there exists such term as "over-engineering", and apparently it is realized in abundance. Flutter API itself tries to be straightforward, but these implementations around it are counterproductive to that simplicity. Makes me wonder, is the majority of Flutter apps out there implemented like this?
I'm looking for some projects to learn from. To "read".
I'd love to see the correct way of doing things.
Howdy, folks! Thanks for coming. I'm here to answer questions about architecture, McMansions, the website, architecture criticism, myself, and my other loves in life (pro cycling, drawing, twitter, etc.) So: AMA!
EDIT: THANK YOU ALL for your wonderful questions! I tried to get around to answering as many of them as possible. I hope y'all have a great rest of your day and happy Passover to all who celebrate.