Gone are the days of employers relying entirely on CVs and LinkedIn profiles. While these are beneficial, they only paint part of the picture of a developer’s skill sets. Today, Geektastic came forward about its code challenges and technical-assessment tools specifically made for interviewers.
When it comes to reviewing an interviewee’s code, Geektastic believes that humans can still do a much better job reviewing submissions than machines can. Before their platform existed, there were only two ways to review code: either make use of in-house development teams or deploy machine-running unit tests.
However, thanks to Geektastic, users can have the best of both worlds. Geektastic’s highly talented review team have all aced its take-home challenges, and are hired to give constructive feedback rather than an opinion-based analysis. The code submission reviews are designed to help developers learn from the experience.
Geektastic is known for its flexibility: it can create custom challenges or use a set of pre-built templates. It also adopts a candidates-first approach, which prioritises the developer’s point of view and pushes code analysis back onto the developer so they can clarify why they did certain areas of code the way they did them.
All of their challenges are reviewed anonymously, meaning that the reviewer knows nothing about the candidate. Pair this platform with an expert review team and interviewers can expect a high level of skill from their final candidates.
To find out more about Geektastics platform, please visit the following website: https://geektastic.com/
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