or normal indention + 1 indent:
If I were applying for jobs, I'd be dubious about one that required an explicit "test" as part of the interview process, since it's hard to know what you mean by "test". Are you going to test my typing speed, or whether I know obscure language trivia (quick: Where was Bjarne Stroustrup working when he invented C++? How do you pronounce "Bjarne Stroustrup"? What does "restrict" mean in C?), or whether it's really a standard interview in disguise.
A normal technical interview process really should be a "test", for all intents and purposes. It's fairly easy to put a candidate in front of a whiteboard and figure out whether the candidate can write a function in your language of choice. (At least, it's easier to test coding ability than many other professional jobs.)
It's a budong.
No, they've already spent all the tax dollars you pay them, long ago. Any new program like this is just printing new money at the cost of diluting old.
I'm glad I'm not the only one using LC numbers. But do you have stickers on all the spines to make sorting easier?
(My excuse is that my wife is a librarian.)
I judge a religion as being good or bad based on whether its adherents become better people as a result of practicing it. - Joe Mullally, computer salesman