- Each project was for the most part completed, from start to finish, within a day. He was on fire on November 30, building both Gifsearch and Frogger.
He should be a top candidate at any company. Maybe even Google.
Sounds like just the type of person we need on our team. But I do have questions…
- Why the abrupt end to projects after one incredible week of contributions and what’s been happening during the last 2 months?
- Does he not know how to push code using Git, or does he simply choose not to?
All valid concerns, but I’m sure he’ll clear things up when we talk to him.
Don’t be so sure. Look at this.
What is it? Huh? TeamTreehouse, Udacity, Udacity, TeamTreehouse, Udacity… You’re saying, his projects… They’re all…
That’s right. They’re from TeamTreeHouse and Udacity.
I see… Well, this is not good. No, this is not good at all. I mean, for all we know…
He copied it and he pasted it. Every last line of code.
You’ve always been a trusting person. I admire that about you. But you need to be more vigilant. Not just for yourself, but for all of our staff who are affected by your decisions.
I know you’re right. But look. This is a good kid. And his moxie would outmatch that of any person in this building.
No argument there.
So I’m givin’ him a chance. Just like you gave me a chance.
Yes, Sir! You are clear, very clear! Thank you! You won’t regret this! I’m telling you, this kid can do it. You’ll see. Maybe then, you’ll learn to trust people.
Maybe? Maybe not. I may be trusting, but you’re stubborn as a mule.
I’m also impatient. So bring the boy to me, now! Your emotions have clouded your judgment, hence I shall test him myself. And I will not go easy on him by any means!
Ha! I’m not worried, at all. I’m emailing him as we speak. Sent. Just you wait! I’ll show you. My judgment has never been more clear in all my life!
Hmph. Very well. When he arrives, have him sent to me without delay.