This site is a repository of questions for frontend engineer job seekers looking to test themselves prior to going into interviews (or if you’re just looking for a challenge to level up your skills).
At many companies, algorithmic interview questions have fallen out of favor when hiring frontend engineers. The reason is obvious: these questions are nearly worthless when it comes to evaluating how well a frontend engineer can do their job. Companies have begun shifting towards practical questions that test actual frontend skills, like implementing UIs, creating interactive features, doing so in an accessible and performant way, etc.
This site is built by two Bay Area engineers, a current-Airbnb frontend engineer and an ex-Google, ex-Airbnb frontend engineer. We started this project out of our own frustration towards the lack of frontend-specific interview resources. We’ve done plenty of interviews in our time, securing offers in recent years from companies like Lyft, Stripe, Square, and Netflix, and are hoping to share some of our interviewing expertise with you.