Interview question articles are actually quite popular. I don't actually understand their value, though, because every company has it's own set of questions they may ask and simple Q&A format might provide a canned response, but fails the reader if the interviewer asks a follow up, clarifying question.
If you wish to provide some Q&As then ensure the answers are comprehensive and provide links to articles that go deep.
Also, post as a Reference article, not as a standard article (top right of the submission wizard allows you to change the article type).
It appeared to have a file attached so I published it in hopes that it would have the code -- it doesn't appear to. I wouldn't be surprised if the file hadn't been uploaded, but if it had been and someone can attach it, that would be great.
You'll never get very far if all you do is follow instructions.
Earlier today I published a new verion of my article at:
Some dude called rage said it's title was not descriptive and I pointed out to him that it had a summary.
Now all comments are gone and nothing is happening...