@kt_ Nah. You can keep up with the technical discussions well enough to not be laughed off the premises.
And if I can't keep up, I can always !
@kt_ I use an iPad and haven't been laughed off the premises yet. And neither have you, I think...
Well, I have been laughed st, but not laughed off the premises. Yet, I might have been, just haven't realized that.
Can o count myself as a part of this group, given how much I've been laughed at for using an iPhone?
It's Nescafé we take issue with.
Ah, but that only says bad things about you. If you never get Nescafé-enlightened, you'll never be good people.
Well the whole idea is see if you can figure out the steps required to deploy a Tomcat app, then figure out how to accomplish those steps in BuildMaster. Both tools you haven't used before.
It sounds a little bit unfair - if I knew what Tomcat is even vaguely I could skip at least googling for its definition, and if I had experience working with it the task would probably be a hell of a lot easier.
Other than that I'd say it's fine, though it's a bit strange that you'd expect the devs to do first-line support. I like the idea of explicitly testing Google skills and being able to adapt. Certainly a requirement for a medior-level developer - for a junior you can expect them to need some hand holding, but I'd expect a mid-level dev to be self-sustainable for the most part.
+1'd for using the term "medior".
Filed under: @cartman82, you're making the future here, baby!
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