- Web developer
- Full stack developer
- Front end developer
- WordPress developer
- Full stack engineer
- Junior web developer
- Junior front end developer
- Front end engineer
- Mean stack developer
- React developer
- Angular developer
- A natural coding environment where your candidate has access to all the tools they have available in the job you’re hiring for
- Automatically create a report that’s easy to read and comprehend for non-technical recruiters
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Jonatan Rugarn – CEO, Founder, Recruiter at Lingonberry Talent Acquisition, Engineering Manager at Avinode Group
“The duration of the recruitment process has not changed, but we spend less time and effort per candidate. We also don’t waste time on the wrong candidates.
Michael Gerwig – Engineering manager at Ada Health
“DevSkiller helped us to save precious on-site time for applicants that are already likely to be a fit. We’re saving 3 hours per candidate – that was the time we spent with applicants on a technical task before.”
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.”
Frequently asked questions
One of the reasons we are so confident in our screening tool is the feedback we have had from developer candidates after taking our tests. Candidates regularly tell us they love having the chance to prove their actual software development skills for a change.
Developer candidates often dislike traditional coding tests, because they have to remember algorithms they simply don’t use in their everyday work. These don’t reflect their actual skills on the job. DevSkiller testing is different and developers appreciate the chance to use normal coding tools and conventions. They can run unit tests, and clone their projects to GIT from their personal IDE, just like in their real work. Our tests better reflect the work developers actually do and they appreciate being given that chance.
During testing, candidates have the option to use DevSkiller’s own state-of-the-art, in-browser IDE, or if they’d rather, they can complete the project on their favorite IDE and then clone the project to GIT. Candidates can also run unit tests if required.
With DevSkiller, once the test is completed by the candidate, the DevSkiller platform automatically gets to work assessing the answers.
Results are then compiled into a clear and easy-to-understand report. Meaning all the recruiter has done, is to send out a test invite and then sit and wait for the results to pour in.
Assessment is based on the solutions the candidate provides if there are any errors in their code, and how the solution works in edge cases. We also ensure test accuracy, by introducing a number of anti-plagiarism tools.
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