The truth is most people are afraid when it comes to hiring developers. They are afraid that though you come across as a competent person when they talk to you and your C.V. looks great, you may not actually be able to do the job – you are not good at problem-solving, you cannot code.

A few example of technical tests that are common are technical quizzes, technical conversation interviews, take home coding challenges and whiteboard challenges. There a few tips we will share for each of these as we get into them a bit more.

Usually, a document is given to a developer that has the problem and the expected outcome. They develop their code and return it for review. Most times, but not always, the review goes through the code with them. It is important to note that the discussion regarding the code may be as important as the […]

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