Ambitious title.

Bringing your own code and having a conversation about it does sound better than homework or whiteboard coding for sure, but it assumes you have your own code to bring, which is like expecting people to have a github portfolio. You can only get people who have time to spend on that, that's 1% of the programmers out there, and some of the 99% are pretty good, they just have lives too.

If your company is doing this, are they also allowing employees to contribute to public code on the job?
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