One way to do coding interviews
Interviewing is a skill that takes a lot of practice. Lately I have been spending nearly 50% of my time talking to developer candidates and I still suck at it. Despite all my self-doubt however, there’s one thing that I’m quite confident about:
We do the best coding tests.
How do I know? Here are some quotes from different candidates from their answers to rejection emails:
“I’m sorry to hear that, but I must admit it was great experience for me”
“The exercise was very useful”
“I’m obviously disappointed by the outcome, but I’m also happy to have gone through the process […] the overall process [was] indeed a good exercise”
“It was a nice experience”
“This was [a] very inspiring experience for me.”
“Thank you for your time and for allowing me through your process. It was really great.”
It is not a big secret that you absolutely have to get your developer candidates to write code...
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