JavaScript interviews are getting more and more difficult nowadays. Its hardly only about hoisting, closures etc. but more of problem solving using data structures and system design.

I have been interviewing a lot of folks in recent years, and I should tell you that the listed interview questions are not really frontend technology specific. These are for software engineers who are going to work in some cool products which serves customers at scale.

So, here are my favourite picks in no specific order with which I measure a candidate and also face a quite lot of time in my interviews.

Too much on the table

Before you read the story…

This story is based on my recent experiences and the way I have seen the industry evolve in the last 5 years. This includes some of the interview experiences that I had and also the shift in tech stacks in some of the large organizations that I have been part of. I have taken reference of Angular family since I am part of it for 5 years, but it's not limited to Angular. Many areas are not covered, I tried to be as concise as I could.

The Era of UI Developers

10–15 years backs…

Sagarmoy Sengupta

Senior Software Engineer at Lowes. Loves Tech, Money, and Real Madrid C.F.

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