LOS ANGELES, CA, January 3, 2019 – The Whiteboard Challenge Game Show is scheduled to film its pilot episode on Saturday April 27, 2019 at Cross Campus in Downtown Los Angeles from 2pm to 5pm.The Whiteboard Challenge Game Show is scheduled to film its pilot episode on Saturday April 27, 2019 at Cross Campus in Downtown Los Angeles from 2pm to 5pm.
The Whiteboard Challenge Game Show is a revolutionary game show taking aim at the tech-industry’s interview process. With decades of experience in the industry, Michael Kureth envisioned a game show that would introduce the masses to what actually happens in the interview conference rooms of top tech companies.
Three contestants will have the chance to impress the judges, all tech-industry insiders, for a chance to show off their technical prowess both on the whiteboard and in a timed coding event. With a set of tokens, players will be able to change the outcome of their own whiteboard session while hindering that of their colleagues.
Filmed in Los Angeles in front of a live audience of industry professionals, contestants compete for prizes and recognition. Being crowned champion labels one contestant as the true “rockstar” above all in an over saturated tech industry where everyone is claiming to be a software engineer.
To guarantee seating for professionals and avoid interruptions, we kindly ask that no recruiters attend the event.
He met with more than twenty currently and formerly homeless developers whom have decades of experience and even graduate degrees. In meeting with them, the reoccurring pattern he identified was that all were declined employment as a result of looking homeless, not having a physical address, or admitting to being homeless. Having the ability to perform the role and being the strongest candidate for the position was not a factor in the hiring decision.