Ruby on Rails is good at generating vanilla HTML and JSON, but a good website requires visual appeal, intuitive interactions, and a reliably positive user experience.How does Chip rate his own front-end abilities?
Being the new member of a team comes with lots to learn. There's a risk that Chip will interrupt the flow of the team while he catches up.
We recognize that Chip hasn't exactly worked in the sector before, but we thought we'd ask.
Chip has already said he's not a prodigy designer, so if he's not a front-end wizard, how are his back-end skills?
Anything he's particularly proud of?
Is there anyone who likes Chip enough to offer to be a reference on his behalf?
Slinging code like a 10x developer is great and all, but we're hiring someone to work on a team.What are we getting ourselves into if we hire Chip?
I mean, this should be a softball question since Chip's entire paid career has been with non-software agencies.
How can one learn about Computer Science if one does not attend an accredited university?
# TODO: write a test for this question.