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Who’s The Best Front End Developer? Take The Test And Win a T-Shirt

front end developer superstar in the making

We are challenging all the great front-end developers out there to take this ultimate knowledge test right here – Front End Developer Test

NB: You have 30 minutes to take the test and no pause option.

Best results will win T-shirts and might even get a job offer from us.

By On September 11, 2014

  1. The front end questions have virtually nothing to do with actual front end development. Reading Pro JavaScript Design Patterns and taking a Data Structures and Algorithms class gets you some of this. I might use bash to perform cache busting in a Grunt task before deployment, but very little bash knowledge is needed to do that. I don’t write C code for the front end. Where’s the application architecture, maintainability, unit testing, and framework question? No questions on reusable components? Nothing about responsive design, cross platform development, offline support, or favorite third party dependencies?

  2. Looks like you have some problems with your linting / parser, wouldn’t accept my perfectly valid js code (named closures for example) and returned “Function had to be called 19 times to count fibonacci(10), but was called 1 times. Hacker?” on the third code example, just because I ran a closure inside of this.fibonacci for recursive calls. Bah, do over! 🙂

  3. Are you kidding? This site sucks. Make no sense at all. Just a hint for all you site designers, all you need is a place for a job number and a time card. If you need a example, look at ADP’s, I should not have to spend time which I am not paid performing Human Resources job. Just my thoughts. Tech6290