Interview Guide
Define your expectations, know yourself:
    What kind of job do you want?
    How much time do you want to spend on your job?
    How much do you want to make?
    Do you want mentorship?
    What are you optimizing for?
    What would you like to work on?
    Do you have a company in mind you want to work for?
    How much risk are you willing to take?
    What company culture do you want?
    How do you want to work?
    What are your criterias?
    What do you want to achieve in your career?
    Do you enjoy building one thing, or many things?

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    What are the philosophies of interviewing?
    What is the goal of the interview process?
    Is the goal to make the candidate feel like a failure?
    Is the goal to make the candidate feel like a success?
    Is the goal to make the candidate feel like a success?
    Will this interviewee be impactful?
    Are you hiring for their strengths?
    Are you not hiring for their weaknesses?
    For more senior/experienced people, they will have a multitude of experiences.
    What are the interviewee's strengths, and where can they be applied? where can the interviewee belong?
    What other critierias do you interview for? Tardiness? Earliness?
    What tools do they use?
    Will they bring up the average? What average will they drop?
    Take your power trip else where
    Do you know how to interview senior people?
    How do you think your interview process/grading is broken?
    How do you set up your interviewees up for success?
    Can't see the forest for the trees.
      What can 100 lines of code make up for 1,000,000 lines of code?
    Not living in the area?
      Ask if you can use someones address
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