TypeScript coding questions
DevSkiller’s expert team prepares TypeScript coding questions to help businesses in finding their next TypeScript developer. Our TypeScript coding questions are suited to hiring developers for junior, middle, and senior-level positions. Our TypeScript tests are uniquely structured to accurately screen each applicant, and assess them based on their responses to a series of realistic development based challenges.
Powered by the RealLifeTesting™ methodology, DevSkiller TypeScript coding questions offer a different kind of testing experience as is traditionally seen in developer recruitment. The RealLifeTesting™ methodology presents real-world tasks to your applicants and requires them to come up with effective solutions, from within a controlled test environment. This revolutionary new means of testing will make finding your next developer simpler than ever.
Recommended roles for TypeScript coding questions
- Front end developer
- web developer
- TypeScript developer
- Junior TypeScript developer
- Middle TypeScript developer
- Senior TypeScript developer
How DevSkiller TypeScript coding questions work
DevSkiller TypeScript coding questions are powered by the RealLifeTesting™ methodology. This unique testing model allows you to analyze your applicants’ knowledge of TypeScript, their coding ability, and their problem-solving skills, all from within predefined test parameters.
The RealLifeTesting™ methodology is based on the idea that it is more effective to test a developer based on the work they will likely be doing for the role than with algorithmic tests. The system then recreates a realistic work environment in which to test candidates, resulting in a more accurate system for screening developers.
- Analyze coding ability and not just academic ability
- Save time and money with remote testing
- 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.
- Stringent anti-plagiarism tools implemented to ensure TypeScript test accuracy
- Observe TypeScript coding questions in real-time
- Automated results that non-technical recruiters can understand
- Interview questions on typescript for experienced and less experienced developers
Skills tested in our TypeScript coding questions
What to look for in a TypeScript developer
Like the look of our TypeScript coding questions but want more?
We find that some of our clients like the DevSkiller testing model, but they would like to get more out of our TypeScript coding questions. If you’re thinking the same, then no problem, we’ve got you covered.
With the DevSkiller online task wizard, you can build your own fully customizable tests. As long as you have someone technically-minded available to you, then it is easy to set which languages you want to assess, to allocate a time limit for each test or individual question, or to alter the difficulty level of each test.
Want proof that our TypeScript coding questions work?
To invest in the DevSkiller screening tool can be a big decision for you to make for your business. If you’re still unsure, check out what some of our satisfied customers have to say:
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.”
Julien Gauthiez – Talent Acquisition Manager EMEA at Criteo
“We use DevSkiller in 15 locations around our 3 regions (US/APAC/EMEA). We have 7 frequent users in TA (recruiters) across our regions, and our technical hiring manager users rotate depending on current needs. More than 30 have logged into the platform once to review an assignment or create a test.”
Frequently asked questions
What is RealLifeTesting™?
RealLifeTesting™ is the cornerstone of DevSkiller TypeScript coding questions. It is a methodology that emulates the real-world scenarios that your applicants are likely to encounter through their work. The applicants are then set challenges based on what they encounter during the simulation.
This means that unlike other coding challenges or algorithmic puzzles, RealLifeTesting™ allows recruiters to accurately assess an applicant’s performance within the role before they’ve ever been given the job.
Successful candidates are those who can demonstrate a clear understanding and knowledge during their TypeScript test. Tests are evaluated automatically based on the ability to utilize resources like Stack Overflow and whether they possess the critical thinking to determine the quickest and most efficient solution to problems they encounter.
How are TypeScript coding questions evaluated?
As mentioned above, our TypeScript coding questions are evaluated automatically. One of the great time savers of DevSkiller testing is the DevSkiller platform gets to work automatically after each candidate completes a test. The results are compiled and reports are also generated automatically. The reports are clear and easy to understand for non-technical recruiters and assessment is based on coding quality, whether or not the solutions they came up with would run, and how they might work in edge cases. DevSkiller can also ensure verified test results with our range of anti-plagiarism tools.
How long does it take to set up DevSkiller?
A big advantage of DevSkiller testing is that it is remarkably easy to get started. Our IT experts have done the hard work for you. You can start sending out test invites to developer applicants, a matter of minutes after you’ve set up your account. Devskiller’s extensive library of predefined TypeScript coding challenges means you’re ready to hit the ground running.
Do I need to be a programmer to use DevSkiller?
At DevSkiller, we have designed our TypeScript tests to be as simple and as automated as possible. The idea is that non-technical users be able to verify the technical skills of the candidates being screened, regardless of the level being tested. Results are presented in an easy to understand manner as well. If you have a technical person on-site you can prepare a test from scratch, but you certainly don’t need to be an expert to use DevSkiller.