Frequently asked questions

What's unique about DevSkills?
DevSkills excels when you need to assess the real-world engineering skills of your candidates. It's the right choice if:
  • You want to assess the practical engineering competence within the target profile and not the specific programming language or framework details.
  • You want to evaluate if your candidates can use Git and follow a real-world developer workflow.
  • You don't want to spend your time creating and calibrating coding tests and code review scorecards from scratch.
Can I integrate DevSkills with my ATS?
We support integrations like Teamtailor, Greenhouse, and Lever. Give us a shout at to double-check if we support your ATS.
How can I try out DevSkills before buying?
By starting a 7-day free trial.
How extensive is your coding test library?
Our library includes various coding challenges that allow you to assess developers for Backend, Frontend, Fullstack, Mobile, and Data competencies, across Junior, Mid-level, and Senior levels. See more details.
Whenever a hiring team can't find a challenge that fits them, we always provide a new one customized to their needs.
What happens if I reach my monthly coding test quota?
Once you’ve reached your monthly candidate quota, you will the option to invite additional candidates at a rate of €15 per coding test. You will be charged for overage candidates at the beginning of your next billing cycle.
Is it possible to upload my own challenges to DevSkills to leverage your GitHub-based infrastructure for inviting our candidates?
Absolutely! Either upload a custom challenge or extend one from the DevSkills library (e.g., custom boilerplate or specific acceptance criteria). Here's how.
Do you provide refunds?
Not at the moment. That is because we have a royalty agreement with our contributing challenge authors that we must fulfill whenever their coding tests are used outside of free trials.