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So, some good news and a question.
As of last night, I accepted a position with a new company! 🎉 🎉
This position is actually a 6 month contract position with the possibility of getting extended instead of as a full-time employee.
So my question is, do you think it's better to be a contractor or a full-time employee? I've never actually worked as a contractor before so it's the one thing I'm hesitant about.
I know, I know, I'm super late to this game but.....#Docker is freakin' awesome.
For the web devs / software engineers out there. What do you think of timed coding tests in the interview process? I'm a front end dev and just bombed a coding test getting 1 out of 3 questions correct dealing with array manipulation that I've never used in real life before. I have no doubt this will cost me the interview because I didn't know these more obscure problems. But I want to know what you think.
This is a small vent about job hunting. I've been a front end developer for the past 5 years, and finding a job hasn't gotten any easier. I've been on a dozen interviews in the past month and I've either gotten a no with no feedback as to why, or the recruiter just ghosts me completely. And it's not like the interviews aren't going well. Most of the time we end up having great conversations about tech and non-tech topics. I know there's no guarantees, I'm just a little beaten down.
Officially moving back to Dallas after a two year run in New York City. Still about two weeks out until I fly down and start a new job, then back up to New York to drive the wife, dog, and stuff down. We are SO much more prepared with getting things ready to move this time around, but there's still this small ball of anxiety in my chest.