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How DevSkiller Bash interview questions work
Traditional developer testing involves algorithmic tests and challenges that don’t really reflect the day-to-day work that developers do. Thanks to RealLifeTesting™, DevSkiller is changing that. The RealLifeTesting™ methodology is the driving force behind our developer tests. It allows recruiters to gain a detailed view of each applicant; their skills and strengths, as well as their weaknesses. By implementing RealLifeTesting™ into our Bash interview questions we can now actively analyze each applicant’s knowledge of Bash in a controlled way. Assess the knowledge, time-management, and coding ability of each of your candidates with DevSkiller Bash interview questions.
- Analyze coding ability and not just academic knowledge
- 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.
- Implemented anti-plagiarism tools to ensure test accuracy
- Observe Bash interview questions in real-time
- Automated results that non-technical recruiters can understand
- Tests available for junior, middle, and senior-level positions
Skills covered in our Bash online tests
What you should know about Bash
Bash, or ‘Bourne-Again Shell,’ is the command language interpreter for the GNU operating system. ‘Bourne’ being a technological nod to Stephen Bourne, the man behind the direct ancestor of the current Unix shell, ‘sh’.
Bash is the default shell provided by the GNU operating system. Bash currently runs on almost every version of Unix and a few other operating systems. There are independently-supported ports for Bash in MS-DOS, OS/2, and Windows.
Bash is largely compatible with sh shell. However, it also incorporates useful aspects from other shells including the Korn shell ksh and the C shell csh.
Bash is intended to be a conformant implementation of the IEEE POSIX Shell and Tools portion of the IEEE POSIX specification (IEEE Standard 1003.1). It offers functional improvements over sh for both interactive and programming use.
Like what you see but want more?
Sometimes our clients are thrilled with DevSkiller testing but wonder if they can get even more from our developer tests. That’s why our expert team has designed DevSkiller interview questions that are completely customizable.
The DevSkiller online task wizard allows you to build your own Bash interview questions. You can choose the difficulty level being assessed, the length of each question, and the length of the tests overall, plus loads more. Did we mention that you can even monitor tests in real-time?
All of our tests are carried out online, but recruiters can choose to observe tests in real-time to monitor a candidate’s progress should they like. Recruiters also needn’t worry about any candidates gaining an unfair advantage, as our task wizard also has automated plagiarism detectors that search for repeated answers and duplicated code.
Find your next Bash engineer today with our range of Bash interview questions.
Want proof that our Bash online tests work?
You might think our Bash interview questions sound like just what your company’s recruitment process needs. Nonetheless, it is understandable to want assurances. Check out what our past clients have had to say:
Ivana Nikolic – HR Manager at Impac Tech
"Der größte Vorteil für die Bewerber ist, dass sie die Tests nach eigenem Ermessen durchführen können. Wenn ein Bewerber bereits arbeitet und über einen Berufswechsel oder einen Wechsel zu einem anderen Unternehmen nachdenkt, spart er ebenfalls Zeit, da er sich nicht freinehmen muss, um an zahlreichen Vorstellungsgesprächen für eine neue Stelle teilzunehmen."
Olga Berger – Lead Recruiter & Sourcing Specialist at CodeValue
“DevSkiller is easy to use and friendly.”
Michael Gerwig - Technischer Leiter bei Ada Health
"DevSkiller hat uns geholfen, kostbare Zeit vor Ort für Bewerber einzusparen, die wahrscheinlich schon geeignet sind. Wir sparen 3 Stunden pro Bewerber - das war die Zeit, die wir vorher mit Bewerbern für eine technische Aufgabe verbracht haben."
Häufig gestellte Fragen
Was ist RealLifeTestingTM?
The RealLifeTestingTM methodology is the foundation of all DevSkiller Bash interview questions. It is based on the principle that the best way to monitor a developer’s skills is by asking them to do actual development work. RealLifeTestingTM produces a replicated version of reality, complete with challenges and tasks that each candidate is expected to succeed in. This kind of testing provides recruiters with a detailed and comprehensive understanding of each applicant’s skill level. Recruiters are able to break down the exact skills the candidate possesses and those in which they are lacking.
The best candidates need to demonstrate a clear knowledge of Bash, to utilize resources like Stack Overflow, and to possess the critical thinking needed to determine the most efficient solution to problems they encounter.
What’s the test duration?
The DevSkiller task wizard comes with default settings for all of our online tests, including duration. However, these settings can be easily amended to suit the needs of each company. It might be that you require your tests to be longer or shorter than the default setting. That’s down to the needs of your company.
How do candidates take Bash interview questions?
The main plus point of DevSkiller is that all of our tests are taken remotely and are accessed completely online. Despite the obvious convenience for candidates, being tested in their own homes, this is extremely convenient for recruiters as well. With no-in house testing required, recruiters are able to save countless hours on testing and evaluation. Assessment for our interview questions happens automatically, with test results then being presented in a simple, automated report.
For the tests themselves, candidates work on their own favorite IDE and then clone the project to GIT. If they prefer they can use DevSkiller’s state of the art in-browser IDE. The tests are complete once the candidate is finished or the designated time has expired.