A new book looks at the weird and wacky interview questions asked by Google recruiters.

An interviewer writes six numbers on the room's whiteboard – 10, 9, 60, 90, 70, 66. The question is, what number comes next in the series? A new book looks at the weird and wacky interview questions asked by Google recruiters. The author William Poundstone says that the style of interviewing at Google is indebted to an older tradition of using logic puzzles to test job candidates at technology companies. The Guardian has the cheat sheet.

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