And here I was adding to your list of questions you shouldn't ask.
As for bringing your children to work...
I remember the 4 year old programmer's son with ADHD chasing around the computer room like a wild man and just for fun, pulled the fire alarm and dumped $6,000 worth of Halon.
When operator grandma brought her children into the computer room, they were left unwatched and went around randomly typing on the keyboards to servers. I had to drive in and bring the HP3000 back up. Twice. In two different years. Management cast a blind eye. Which would lead me to ask the question during the interview: Do you allow children into the Data Center?
If you ask me, all children who are allowed to come to work should go through a security screening first, just like the employees -- and a drug test too.
Times have changed.
Of course, you can ask, but....
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