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On 5/08/19 4:04 AM, Ian Kelly wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 3, 2019, 9:25 AM Bryon Tjanaka <bryon at btjanaka.net> wrote:
> 
>> Depending on how often you need to run the code, you could use a google doc
>> and copy the code over when you need to run. Of course, if you need linters
>> and other tools to run frequently this would not work.
>>
> 
> I've conducted a number of remote interviews using Google Docs and while
> it's okay for that use case I wouldn't really recommend it for actual
> productivity. It's not designed to be an IDE nor does it satisfactorily
> replace one.


Agreed.

I'm not sure if it is a real advantage to see 'keystrokes' during such 
interviews, but you can certainly do that with the Cloud9 system (please 
see other post, a few hours back).

Another product which is worth review is PythonAnywhere (.com) which 
also allows 'sharing'.
-- 
Regards =dn