(Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images) Francois Nel Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Show Caption Previous Next For those wondering why Tiger Woods has been rumored to be hanging out in Branson, Missouri, the wait is over. Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris confirmed in a press conference at his Big Cedar Lodges on Tuesday that a public golf course designed by Tiger Woods would be the newest addition to the Branson golf community. pop over to these guysTiger Woods joined Morris at the press conference. Morris teased before the big reveal that Woods loves go-kart racing, “…so he’s going to build us a heck of a go-kart track”. The real announcement of course, a new golf course. “I grew up on public courses. That’s where I learned how to play,” Woods said. “So to design a public course is near and dear to my heart.” The course will be named “Payne’s Valley” in honor of the late Payne Stewart. The Springfield-native won 11 PGA events, including three majors before dying in a plane crash at the age of 42.
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In many ways, you can typify it as a high-stakes quiz, where the consequences of not passing are not landing the job. So, you can naturally guess what happens next: You get candidates studying for the test, but not for the knowledge that ultimately makes them more capable. The success of published books and the number of upvotes on this Reddit thread shows us there is a focus in this direction amongst job candidates. From a practicing professionals standpoint, I view such a focus as a distraction. Im much more interested in a candidate advancing their side projects than studying up for such a quiz. So, whats a job seeker to do? 1. Assimilate. Most boot camps and intensive training programs will teach you enough of this material to be successful in such an interview situation. At Launch Academy, our students practice mock interviews to become comfortable with practice. The book,Cracking the Coding Interview is also great for this purpose, and we frequently recommend it to our graduates.
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