The right Groovy online tests to screen Groovy developers
Recommended roles for Groovy online questions
- Groovy developer
- Java developer
- Full-stack developer
- Junior web developer
- Entry-level Groovy developer
- Senior Groovy developer
- Web developer
How DevSkiller Groovy online tests work and coding questions
Groovy online tests and coding questions are powered by the RealLifeTesting™ methodology. This methodology will offer valuable insight into your candidates’ knowledge and application of the Groovy language and Java ecosystem by simulating work they will encounter on the job. Our Groovy test online will not only help you understand your candidate’s coding ability but also their critical thinking ability, and time-management skills.
- Tests are designed to assess the candidate’s coding ability and not just their academic knowledge
- Convenient remote testing that can be taken anywhere, anytime
- The RealLifeTesting™ methodology offers a greater user experience where candidates can use their own IDE, clone to GIT, run unit tests, and access Stack Overflow/Github/Google for research.
- Several robust anti-plagiarism tools that ensure test accuracy
- Screen-recording and real-time observation tools
- Reports are automatically generated and are non-tech friendly
- Tests available for junior, middle, and senior-level positions
Skills covered in Groovy online tests and coding questions
- Spring Boot
- IntelliJ IDEA
What to look for in Groovy developer
The Apache Groovy programming language is a multi-faceted programming language for the Java platform. It is aimed at improving developer productivity through a concise and easy-to-learn syntax. Since the introduction of Kotlin, some would argue that Apache Groovy has been made redundant but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Groovy has an alive and active community that contributes to the Groovy syntax, libraries, and frameworks.
During the screening process, it is essential to determine whether the candidate has experience in developing applications, tools, and libraries in the Groovy language. In addition to this, experience on larger projects, be it, web applications, distributed systems, tooling, or DSLs is a positive sign. Finally, understanding the candidate’s knowledge and application of Java will provide valuable insight into their suitability for the role.
Like what you see but want more?
Want to start screening Groovy developers but need a little more? DevSkiller has got you covered! With our online task wizard, you can create your own custom Groovy test online. The online task wizard allows you to upload your own codebase, allocate languages/technologies you want to test, set the test duration plus loads more! Find the right candidate today with DevSkiller Groovy test online.
Still need proof about our Groovy test online?
If you’re still unsure about our range of Groovy online tests then just check out what some of our satisfied customers have to say about us:
Ivana Nikolic – HR Manager at ImpacTech
“The greatest advantage for the candidates is that they can proceed with the tests at their own convenience. In case you have a candidate who is already working and is thinking about changing the career or moving to another company, it is also a time saver for them, as they do not have to take time off in order to attend numerous interviews in the search for a new position.”
Victoria Cyczewska – Talent Acquisition Specialist at Stepstone Services
“We now have a tool which allows us to not only collaborate to create tests assessing technical skills we need to grow, but also to communicate internally and externally (with candidates). What is more, our technical recruitment process is now more structured. As an example, we use our technical screening results as a conversation starter during technical interviews.”
Magdalena Rogóż – Deputy Marketing Manager at Kodilla
“Using DevSkiller to grade tests is 2 times more cost-efficient while giving our students a much better test and preparing them for future recruitment tests.”
Frequently asked questions
What is RealLifeTestingTM and how does it work in Groovy online tests?
The RealLifeTestingTM methodology is the foundation of all DevSkiller Groovy coding tests. Unlike other coding tests that are more similar to algorithmic puzzles or games, the RealLifeTestingTM methodology provides a holistic view of a developer’s skills. This is centered around the belief that to garner a true understanding of a developer’s abilities then tests need to mirror development work they’ll undertake in the real world.
DevSkiller Groovy coding tests require candidates to either build project apps from scratch or build upon existing applications, just like they would on the job. A successful candidate must demonstrate knowledge of the Groovy language and it’s in stack resources, and use other resources available to them in order to complete the tests accurately and before the test duration elapses. The results you see show the candidate’s coding skill, decision making, code cleanliness, and problem-solving skills.
What do you do about plagiarism?
At DevSkiller we take plagiarism very seriously and as such have a number of tools in place to ensure you only receive accurate test results. Tools such as video screen recording to check if the candidate is looking at a different screen when undertaking a test. In addition to this, we use a range of social listening tools, check the candidate’s IP address, and use live pair notifications.
Our plagiarism detector checks the candidate’s entered code, question duration, and the way each question was answered. The answers are automatically cross-referenced with every answer we’ve received in the system and if there is a match we can categorically confirm that the candidate cheated.
What’s the test duration?
Test duration is flexible and depends on your preferences. You have the option to use our default settings or set your own test duration. It is also possible to set time limits for individual questions within a test.