Published onThere are hundreds of interview techniques, thousand of tools, each with a corresponding required knowledge to work with, countless “classic” algorithms and a myriad of different types of projects to try to evaluate a Software Developer. Yet, it is not easy to, nor formally or mathematically, separate a good Developer from a bad one. Why? As always, there’s no easy answer to this question. The main reason for this is, perhaps, that we don’t know what a Software Developer actually does.