changeset 167:c27977b91143

Fixed grammar.
author Oleksandr Gavenko <gavenkoa@gmail.com>
date Tue, 30 Oct 2018 21:13:05 +0200
parents 1f27eb6156d9
children 20366629ebd2
files 6c7fb2fc-d826-11e6-9ec6-485b39c42d0f/index.rst
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--- a/6c7fb2fc-d826-11e6-9ec6-485b39c42d0f/index.rst	Tue Oct 30 21:05:33 2018 +0200
+++ b/6c7fb2fc-d826-11e6-9ec6-485b39c42d0f/index.rst	Tue Oct 30 21:13:05 2018 +0200
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
 .. contents::
    :local:
 
-This evening I'll try to answer general / mosivation question that usually asked on interview.
+This evening I'll try to answer general / motivation questions that usually are asked during interview.
 
 Many of them you can find in amazing resources like:
 
@@ -18,44 +18,43 @@
 Have you learned something new or interesting lately?
 =====================================================
 
-I constantly learn something new because I read a lot of tech blogs, books, participate
-in several user/dev mail lists and QA websites. It's my habit.
+I constantly learn something new because I read a lot of tech blogs, books, participate in several
+user/dev mail lists and QA websites. It's my habit.
 
-I have doubts if all this information is useful but it keeps me up on trends.
+I have doubts if all this information is useful but it keeps me up.
 
 Why did you get into coding, programming, etc?
 ==============================================
 
-There are no many choices in place there I lived if you are a mathematician by education ))
+There are no many choices in a place there I lived if you are a mathematician by education ))
 
-I accepted opportunity to become a software developer during my master program at university. At
-that time my future manager looked for mathematicians ready to join his team.
+I accepted an opportunity to become a software developer during my master program at the university.
+At that time my future manager looked for mathematicians ready to join his team.
 
 It worth to mention that I have passion to digital electronics, programed Soviet calculator MK-61
 during childhood, learned dialect of BASIC solely via books reading without access to PC and had a
-dream to build own computer from discrete components.
+dream to build my own computer from discrete components.
 
 What is your preferred development environment?
 ===============================================
 
-I worked with many proprietary platforms and there are no choices on available development
-instruments. Job should be done despite any inconveniences and dumbness of development kit.
-
 Of course I like documented, consistent and simple instruments.
 
-Hopefully nowadays modern IDE and Internet search allow you to work even with bloated, buggy, and
-inconsistent platforms without living in debugger all days long.
+I worked with many proprietary platforms. Job should be done despite any inconveniences and dumbness
+of development kit.
+
+Hopefully nowadays modern IDEs and Internet search allow you to work even with bloated, buggy, and
+inconsistent platforms without dwelling in debugger all days long.
 
 What is the coolest thing you ever coded?
 =========================================
 
-A small function that checks 4-bit permutation table for correctness. I fill 16-bit word with
+A small function that checks 4-bit permutation table for correctness. I filled 16-bit word with
 offsets in a table and unless it is equal to ``0xff`` the table is broken.
 
 A set of macros that implements fast multiplication of 256-bit GF(2^n) polynomials by Karatsuba's
-method from 16-bit multiplication primitives. It took three hours to code and was correct from first
-run. Final computational formula could be evaluated in symbolic mathematics package (if you know
-how...) but I unload this task to compiler xD
+method from 16-bit multiplication primitives. It took three hours to code and was correct from the
+first run.
 
 Do you have any personal projects you are working on?
 =====================================================