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May 5, 2022, 6:27 a.m. | /u/shine-box

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I haven't got an interview yet and they asked for a dashboard, a predictive model, and generating insights by reading a quantum-something paper and all the source code used. I don't want to give them free work for some asshole to get credit for my work, what do you think should be done? I'm thinking not giving the source code, just a link to the dashboard which they can check along with my insights displayed in it and that's it. …

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