In the tech industry, you sometimes hear people talking about whiteboarding during interviews. In a whiteboarding session, you do not code on the computer; rather, you write down your thoughts, pseudo code, and examples on the whiteboard. The interviewer can get to know you and how you think through this process, and might even decide that he does not need you to code on the computer at all. In Hack Reactor, we had several chances of practicing whiteboarding, and the following are my thoughts on how to do it right:

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