Strong software engineers are expected to be able to communicate and collaborate effectively on code, and a multifaceted approach to thinking about code quality helps us to identify candidates that are highly capable in those skills.
Delivering breakthroughs in any organization requires a successful implementation process for new software (beyond purchase) –– which includes designing training and building trust through ongoing support.
Many interview tools and candidate assessment platforms measure a well-known metric: the onsite-to-offer ratio. But you might want to know – how are technical interview platforms measuring fairness in their technical interview processes?
While inconsistencies and surprise twists can make for a great Christopher Nolan film, talent teams and recruiters should cultivate an interview process with consistent context in order to better predict a candidate’s on the job performance.
What do Fortune’s 10 best companies to work for all have in common? They all have early talent programs. For many of these companies, interns serve as the primary pipeline for new college and career hiring. Zippia reports that 70% of interns are hired by the company with which they intern, indicating that evaluating how interns perform on-the-job is a vital metric for how successful the intern will be in a full-time capacity.
Byteboard has always done things differently. Instead of accepting the status quo, we set out to build the first of its kind project-based interview that assesses for over 20+ domain relevant skills. And today, we’re excited to be launching enhanced ratings and skills reports.
If you’re an engineering manager or recruiter, you’ve likely experienced firsthand the shortcomings of a traditional technical interview. In this blog post we share the impact of a poorly-designed interview process and a checklist to help you assess if your process is meeting the bar.
As companies collect and store more data, and security concerns continue to rise, the demand for data analytics and security engineering roles has skyrocketed. Hiring for these positions, which require specialized skill sets that differ from more general software engineering roles, can be challenging.
Today we’re expanding our coverage to two of the highest volume roles after Software Engineering across the industry – Data Analytics and Security Engineering to enable top engineering teams to offer the Byteboard experience across most if not all of their open technical roles.
At Byteboard, we’ve been thinking a lot about how tools like ChatGPT and Github Copilot impact the role of engineers, how we think they’ll change technical interviews, and how we can adapt our assessments to the mainstream usage of these tools.