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I do not expect programmers to have a library of code stolen from previous employers, and if a programmer boasted about such in an interview, then that would be a red flag for me.

If you cannot judge someone's general ability from a few pages of their code that they select, then you don't know what you're looking for.

My personal solution is to have enough code here and elsewhere that is public that I have no shortage of code samples to provide.


In reply to Re: Code Samples and Previous Employers by tilly
in thread Code Samples and Previous Employers by friedo

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