reilly300022 karma2021-09-07 02:59:24 UTC
I’m a competent and versatile developer, and have generally done really well in interviews and on take home projects but completely botched my first two technical interviews. Right now I’m working through Cracking the Coding Interview. Is there anything else I should be doing to practice or prep? I have a couple interviews this week and feel like I’m still woefully underprepared for a white boarding session. Mostly I experienced blank brain syndrome, where I couldn’t really focus on the problem or remember basic syntax.
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reilly300021 karma2021-03-30 17:28:37 UTC
Could somebody speak to medication burnout? I've seen lots of remarks about that being an issue, where efficacy just drops over time. How can one tell if that is starting to happen?
reilly300019 karma2021-03-30 17:13:55 UTC
reilly300010 karma2021-03-30 17:45:04 UTC
very helpful thank you! I recently made the decision to start moving away from it, so far so good. Shoutout to /r/leaves for inspiration and support.
I have a pretty good setup for my home life and job for a while now, but I've always struggled with consistent exercise. Any recommendations / what works for you?
reilly30009 karma2021-03-30 17:50:23 UTC
I am interested in becoming a researcher as it seems to suit my personality and abilities well. My partner is working on a doctorate, but when she's done it may be my turn to work on some higher ed, or just straight to a research and development role. How have you all, especially those living with BP (and ADHD) made it, and is it a satisfying career path for you?
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