This is the interface presented to a candidate taking a programming test for an interview.
The candidate can access all the puzzles included in the Interview from the same browser.
The candidate can start coding on the Source code editor right from the browser. The full syntax and tabulation support makes it easy for the candidate to write clean and clear codes.
The candidates' submissions will be compiled and executed automatically and instanteously. The latest and best scores will be
shown in the interview console.
This is the sorted list from the best to least performers.
The list is generated automatically by scoring the candidates' code submissions and will be updated automatically with
This ranked list enables the hiring manager / employer to have quick assessment of the candidates. They can access the individual
candidates' profiles and submissions for more detailed evaluation from this list.
The candidate profile provides all the important information about the candidate: Education, Work experiences and Programming language proficiency.
The candidates can also provide the following information which can give a deeper insight into them as programmers:
This is the interface from which hiring managers / employers manage their interviews.
They can customize the interview in
whatever way that suits their need:
add / remove / change puzzles
adjust time allowed
add / remove / change team interviewers
add / remove candidates
Hiring managers / employers can also get updates on the candidates' statuses in the interview.
This is the Interview report hiring managers / employers get for each candidate taking the interview.
Besides the total interview score and the overall report, there are also details of the candidate's performance in each puzzle:
their individual scores;
their compared ranking with other submissions in the database.
The report gives an objective assessment of the candidates' skills as programmers.