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Comment: Re:Have you ever walked out of an interview (Score 1) 1245

by karakal (#11833102) Attached to: When Should You Quit Your Job?
Before starting my own company I worked fo a little software-company. I got my job there without any much interview and despite being very very young helped to create some of their most important software-Libraries, they are using.
But after a few months, I also was told to supervise some of the hiring-interviews and/or to do some interview by myself.
There was always a programming task involved, which was clearly very hard, but proved (IMHO) nothing. I wouldn't have passed the test, but I showed, that I am useful. We hired some people, which definitly passed the test, but I didn't want them, and they fired them sooner or later.
And I stoped working for this company too, because it sucked my soul out. After being accused of something, I didn't do, there was the point, were no agreement could be reached. And so I left and it was the happiest day in my life, altough I miss some of my coworkers.

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