DevSkills allows you to get a detailed view of the developer's technical competence. The approach we take simulates how developers work day-to-day. It revolves around solving coding challenges from our finely-tuned library, where each challenge defines a real-world engineering problem. The evaluation phase consists of the following two stages. First, each challenge comes with an automated test suite that validates the essentials of the provided solution. Second, an in-depth evaluation rubric thoroughly describes the advanced code review aspects.
DevSkills fit multiple use-cases where it's needed to visualize a clear view of the developer's technical competence. So far, we've worked with companies who needed help with challenges like standardizing tech assessment in a recruitment pipeline, building an applicant's skills profile for job boards, and evaluating students at coding schools.
DevSkills provides you with everything you need to run high-quality technical interviews. You get access to a library of real-world challenges, automated tools for screening candidates, and evaluation rubrics for conducting standardized in-depth code reviews.
DevSkills exposes a platform API that a job board can use to build a structured applicant skills profile.
The DevSkills platform provides tools for setting up admission tests, midterm exams, and building a visualized student's portfolio for further hiring.
Every completed DevSkills assignment contributes to a developer's portfolio that they can use to confirm their tech competence.
The DevSkills library includes Backend, Frontend, Fullstack, and Mobile coding challenges ranging from Junior to Senior difficulty levels. We're currently working on introducing even more types of challenges. If you're curious about anything, in particular, give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our challenges specialize in evaluating the tech-agnostic aspects of software engineering. So far, we haven't faced a situation where we couldn't support any single tech stack preference.
Yes! DevSkills uses a Git-based platform under-the-hood, which makes it easy to upload custom challenges.