How good of a developer are you?
Which one of these is NOT a data structure in terms of Computer Science:
You start working on a project that's been in development for 2 years. You realize that there's a high tech debt and not enough automated tests. What would you do?
Spend all my time on tech debt reduction and automated tests before anything else
Keep working in the same manner and start working on tech debt reduction once I get to know the codebase better
Continue development in the same manner as it’s been done until now
During the task you realize that the time planned for it will be way too little. What would you do?
I will work harder and try to complete the development on my own within the stipulated time
I will not write automated tests
I will speak to the project manager about possible solutions to the situation
If one should describe mutex and monitor approach of dealing with deadlocks, which of the following would apply best?
The banker’s algorithm
Ordered resource allocation
Process initiation denial
A client contacts you privately and asks you to slightly change the logic of the developed functionality (~10% of the total functionality development effort). What would you do?
Will make the necessary changes, as a happy client is priority
Ask the client to contact Project Manager while I make the functionality changes
Ask the client to contact the Project Manager and inform the Project Manager about such a request
Ignore the customer
How do you perceive constructive feedback/criticism about your work?
I like to receive constructive feedback - it helps me grow
I like to have a discussion about my feedback
It is difficult for me, as I know what I am doing
How do you feel about Ruby or Ruby on rails?
I love it and I am good at it
I don't know it, but I am ready to learn
We have love/hate relationship
I hate it and I don't want to hear about it
What is your favorite working model?
I like to work individually
I like to work in a team
Both works for me
Previously I have worked for at least 1 year as a:
I mainly work with: