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You start your new assignment and everything is new and unknown - new technologies, new people, and new ways of doing things. What do you do?
You’re at a crossroads when it comes to picking the right solution for your task. There are different paths and you have to choose one - how do you proceed?
You are attending a meeting with your customer, discussing challenges and problems. You have had similar experiences in previous assignments and want to share your experience on how to solve the problem. What happens next?
You are about to make some minor changes to the source code to support new requirements, but the simple change requires major refactoring due to how related features are implemented. You get frustrated and stressed. What happens next?
A new feature is being implemented due to new requirements. From previous assignments you know of a good and cost-effective way of implementing the feature. What is the next step?
You work in a highly efficient and skilled team. The team velocity is high and your deliveries always exceed expectations. What’s your approach when working on a feature?
A bug is found in the system, you have found the cause and implemented a solution to it. You are about to commit the code, how do you proceed?
You are developing some new views in a front-end GUI. Everything has been manually tested during development and you know that the GUI is working as expected. Are you done with your task?
A bug is driving you crazy, and you’re banging your head against the keyboard trying to figure out what is wrong. Hour after hour passes without any solution in sight. What is your next step?
You feel stuck in your professional development for some time now. What is your first reflex to remedy the situation?
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