You’ve probably seen it all.
Technical Phone Screens. Automated Coding Tests. Weeklong Take-homes. It’s time for something that actually works.
Traditional technical interview
Evaluates for interviewing skills
Requires months of preparation for theoretical questions that are often not reflective of what engineers do on-the-job.
Lacks quality control
Interviewers create their own questions that are undervetted and lack structured rubrics, resulting in biased evaluation.
Bottlenecked by scheduling interviewers and candidates
Recruiters constantly have to shuffle for available interviewers and candidate availability, delaying the time-to-offer significantly.
Our interviews simulate real work.
The Byteboard interview replaces pre-onsite interviews across all of your key technical roles with a small, time-boxed project that simulates real-life asynchronous work.
Collaborate in a design doc and code in an existing codebase.
Use Swift or Kotlin to build an app in a real mobile development environment.
Explore a real data set and communicate findings to key business stakeholders.
Make database design decisions and ingest and manipulate real data.
Site Reliability Engineering
Make systems design decisions and implement a reliable system.
The proof is in the pudding.
Companies like Betterment, Ezoic, and Lyft use the Byteboard interview to make their hiring process more effective, efficient, and equitable.
(industry avg. of 25%)
How Betterment replaced their pre-onsite interviews
Watch the video testimonial to hear from Betterment’s VP of Eng!
We apply inclusive hiring best practices.
We built Byteboard to ensure everyone had a fair chance to demonstrate their skills by ensuring the fair adminsitration and evaluation of our interviews.
What’s the talk around town?
Check out some of the news on Byteboard to learn more.
Byteboard co-founders recognized by Forbes
Sargun Kaur and Nicole Hardson-Hurley were named to the 2020 Forbes “30 Under 30 - Enterprise Technology 2020” list for their work on Byteboard.
Google's Area 120 launches Byteboard to improve technical interviews
Area 120, Google's lab for experimental projects, is launching Byteboard today, a new tool that aims to make the technical ...