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I am non-trad c/o 2021 with a pre-law career (biglaw paralegal-MBA-corp dev) that gives me a leg up as a corporate associate. I am staffed as a midlevel and asked to supervise “the juniors,” including my classmates. I know conventional wisdom is that asking for a class year bump is a bad idea because it raises expectations but expectations are already sky high and my group is busy despite the economy. Would it be a bad idea to ask? Do firms ever give bumps outside of lateral hires?
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Any males on TRT? Can you comment on benefits, negatives, exit strategy, and anything else you think is a factor in determining to start it not? Tbh, I'm probably not even a candidate. Had my T tested 7 years ago and it was sky high. I still feel like an 18 year old, so doubt it's dropped at all. But curious before I test. Yes, I can Google all this, just looking for primary source data.
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Interview1. Codility Assessment 2. Technical interview. Coding exercise(I couldn't solve it but I could explain my reasoning) and some questions about the technologies you've used, such as AWS, Google Cloud Platform and so on.
1. Can you find the largest palindromic string in a random string? 2. Questions about AWS, EC2, DynamoDB, etc 3. Why is C faster than Python? What do they have in common and what do they do differently?1 Answers
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