At CodeGround, our recruitment philosophy is simple. Make the recruitment test as closely aligned with the actual job as possible.
You should test for basic coding ability to ensure that the candidates can write code. But, questions like the one below, truly test the candidate’s front-end skills.
The candidate is given the details of an API (built using Google Forms for example) that allows details about a gift card to be submitted. The candidate is asked to design and build a web page for a Mother’s Day Gift Card in a popular online store. Once the values are entered, the web page submission should push the entered values into Google Forms via API invocation using AJAX.
A reasonably good Front-end developer, who has the development environment set up before the test, should be able to complete the above sample exercise in 3 hours.
CodeGround enables you to hire the best Front-end developers for your openings by optimizing the recruitment funnel.
See the Getting Started Guide for more details on creating your own online tests.
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