Companies rarely give feedback after interviews. They typically reject potential employees with a generic form letter assuring them, often insincerely, that it was a pleasure to talk with them but they’re not a fit just now. Engineers hate this. And yet, this is how nearly every company writes rejections - in the typical job search, you'll stack up dozens of emails just like this, and maybe hear real feedback once. Why is that?
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://triplebyte.com/blog/rejection-feedback