End-of-interview questions I used:
- What is a problem/project that you worked on where using the right data structures was a core part of solving the problem efficiently? (e.g. using QuadTrees in Google Maps)
- What is the most fulfilling project that you’ve worked on here so far?
- What do you think are a few key qualities for being a valued team member and employee?
- How do tasks get decided and distributed in the team?
- How and how often is feedback given?
- What’s the most annoying part of your work?
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