> -----Original Message-----
> From: Noel Carroll [mailto:noelmc at eircom.net]
>> I'm working on coming up with some things to determine
> people's knowledge of C++ in interviews at the moment. I'm
> looking at the obvius stuff like classes, inheritance,
> polymorphism and class design. I'm wondering if anybody has
> inverviewed for C++ positions before and what you do
> generally. I was thinking of getting them to look at some
> code and get their opinions on it, i.e. spot the bugs and
> whats happening here etc. Thats probably a bit over the top
> though and I'd just be a bit of a bastard I think. Mail me
> here at this address if you have any ideas please.
>> PS, I'd know pretty quickly myself if somebody knows they're
> stuff or not but its my boss who wants to know. I think I'll
> talk him into letting me sit in maybe if I can spare the time.
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