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After a fair bit of trial and error Iíve come to discover that people who struggle to code donít just struggle on big problems, or even smallish problems (i.e. write a implementation of a linked list). They struggle with tiny problems.You need to identify this type of applicant quickly. And the quickest way is the short coding interview. You don't even have to have them come into the office. Get a private site right here where you can watch your job candidate write code over the internet in real-time.
A 5-10 minute screening over the phone can save you an hour--or even a day--so you can get past the 199 rejects and get to that one candidate who deserves an actual interview.
Pretty cool. I like the near real-time updates.
-- Chaz, February 23, 2010
Nice one...Really useful...
-- Dhaval, February 23, 2010
Fantastic! Thanks a lot. Recommending this to the uppers at work now.
-- Pi, February 23, 2010
Nice AJAX demonstration.
-- Joshua from Cedaron Medical, Inc, February 22, 2010
This is a really nice idea. I'm pretty sure you can make much more of it, so keep going =)
-- Mamsaac, February 22, 2010
excellent tool. really useful one.
-- Varun, February 22, 2010
Simple and brilliant!
-- Mosab Ahmad from Dot Slash Configure Labs, February 22, 2010
Neat site! A simple idea with a brilliant use!
-- Ross (a different one), February 22, 2010
Nice. I saw the reference on Coding Horror, too. I was thinking about Etherpad before I navigated here. This is much lighter and takes care of the essentials. Well done.
-- Doug Cuthbertson, February 22, 2010
Brilliant! Add no more features, just make the Ready/Receiving text less distracting
-- Will West, February 22, 2010
Makes me wonder just how reliant I am upon intellisense.
-- A White, February 22, 2010
this is a great idea, I mean,
there was a problem, you found a theorical solution then you made the practical implementation. Good work!
-- nate river, February 22, 2010
Really great idea. Well done.
-- Matt Clarke, February 22, 2010