23andMe Holding Co. is a publicly held personal genomics and biotechnology company based in South San Francisco, California. It is best known for providing a direct-to-consumer genetic testing service in which customers provide a saliva sample that is laboratory analysed, using single nucleotide polymorphism genotyping, to generate reports relating to the customer's ancestry and genetic predispositions to health-related topics.
I am a self-taught frontend developer with almost 2 years' experience working for an outsourcing company.
During an interview recently, the interviewer said that I had good communication skills and should focus on technical topics.
Here's my questions:
Your comments will be greatly appreciated!
Thank you so much!
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