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Web Developer Interview Questions in San Jose, CA

Web developer interviews are heavy in technical questions. Expect questions that will test your understanding of relevant programming languages such JavaScript and CSS, general web functions, and design experience with web services like REST and SOAP. As a designer, you will likely be asked to show examples of past projects or websites.

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If we wanted to implement a method of tracking every click that the user made on the site, how would we want to do this?

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Place a JavaScript event listener for all clicks at the document level. Perform actions based on the details of the click. This problem had multiple branches and sub-questions, but the gist is that you would want to capture the events as they bubbled back up to the document level. There are other acceptable answers to this question.

1) Given a string of parantheses, check if the string is valid. ex: [[]] is valid, ][][ is not valid. How would you solve if the parantheses could be of different types like {,[,(

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Given a static comp/mockup, give the basic HTML with relevant classes, etc and explain why you chose to code it the way you did.

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Given a simple JSON response consisting of an array of 3-4 similar objects made of the same properties w/ differing values, how would you transform them into another given format to be consumed/presented?

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Given a interaction where hovering a link displays a tooltip of dynamic information (e.g.- Ajax), write the basic functions to perform the lookup (yes, jQuery is allowed) and explain how you'd cache the results so an HTTP request wasn't made if the tooltip already existed.

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Examine a Rails + Mongoose/MongoDB internal app and understand/explain the code quickly

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Replace a hard-coded area of the company website with dynamically generated content

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Analyze a horrible JavaScript function to determine the problems. Essentially a nasty for loop with a setTimeout inside that did a console.log of the loop iterator's value.

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sorting optimization

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algorim question: find the intersection of two sorted arrays .

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