tylermenezes last edited by
I'm applying for an intern-like position, and the person I'm talking to wants to see a sample of some code I've written. I'm wondering, what would you include if you were asked to provide this. I was thinking a sufficiantly complex class from something I've worked on in the past (non-confidental, of course), but what are your ideas on what should be included? (The type of work is web-application oriented. PHP-based, but I doubt the language itself makes that much of a difference in what would be a good example of skill.)
Thanks, everyone. Oh, and hello. I've read this site since it was still called "The Daily WTF" (the first time), I just never signed up for the forums before.
mrrooster last edited by
They're probably just looking to see code that's well structured, and commented, with things like clear and logical variable/function/method names, etc. I'd not go for something overly simple, but I would suspect that they're trying to ensure you can write maintainable readable code.
taylonr last edited by
Typically they do just want to see that you're not SpectateSwamp and don't just write 1 freakin huge procedure with var names like a, aa, ab, bb etc.