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Programmers/developers: What's the most ridiculous thing you've been asked to do during a job interview?

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I'm not a programmer, but I did find this article. You might find it funny. Heh. The comments are good too.

Snappy Answers to Stupid Programming Interview Questions

"Here's a not-so-gentle reminder from David Pickett that some programming interview questions-- in this case, "how would you write a routine to copy a file?"-- are, well, stupid..."

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