11 Jan 2012
Ahhh… I feel super depressed.
I really have no idea what went wrong. I finished the given task, though it was uncomfortable because I am a Windows user.
The task is to be done on a remote Linux Server. And it uses like tmux to share sessions and non-root user.
And the guy also wanted me to know about Git deeply.
I recall a moment where he asked me to split a commit, and I told him I never did that before. I kind of suggested that we skipped it because I thought it wasn't the point of the interview anyway.
Somehow I believe that I have failed the interview because the way I approached the problem. You know? I should have asked for a few minutes to learn how to split a commit.
It does not take time to learn to split a commit anyway.
Now it's time to change an attitude. If I don't know something in an interview, I'll ask for one minute to look it up on the internet.
If I cannot learn it within a few minutes, I'll tell the interviewer that. If I can, then he will be super impressed.
Oh god, I hate a rejection.