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Tests to Measure and Assess All Coding Skills

All Coding Skills

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Algorithms - Heaps, Permutations, C Style Skills Test

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C# .NET Senior Developer Test

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Java Senior Developer Test

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Java Coding Test (High)

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Java Coding Test (Basic)

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Online PHP Technical Test – High Level

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Java Coding Test (Medium)

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Python 3 Coding Test (Medium)

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PHP Coding Test (Basic)

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PHP Coding Test (Medium)

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Python 3 Coding Test (Basic)

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Python 3 Coding Test (High)

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Python Coding Test (High)

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Python Coding Test (Basic)

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C Coding Test (Medium)

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Use our online coding tests to screen and hire job roles such as:

Coders PHP Developers Front-End Developers
Software Developers Python Developers Java Developers
Application Developers RoR Developers Machine Learning Engineer
Computer Programmers Ruby Developers C++ Programmer
Software Engineers C# Developers Data Scientist
Web Developer C Programmer Data Analyst

Online coding skill assessment questions evaluate the following skills of the candidates:

  • Magento: Magento Framework, Store Operations, SQLite Coding, Security Settings, PHP Coding, Magento GraphQL
  • Xamarin.iOS: Custom Controls, Working with Images, WebView, Video, SQLite Storage, SMS
  • Spring Batch: Fragments, Spring Batch with MySQL, Spring Batch Configuration, Spring Batch Code
  • Java API: Java Security Login Context, Stream Implementation, RMI Server
  • Ember.JS: Configurations, working with views and models in Ember.JS, Working with Routes in Ember.JS, Developing actions with Ember.JS, Creating Applications with Ember.JS
  • IBM DB2: SQL Scalar User-defined Functions, WorkloadQuery Tuner, SQL Statements and Procedures, OLTP, DB2 objects
  • DevOps: AWS CloudFormation, Amazon Elastic Computer Cloud, Cloud
  • ASP.Net: Razor View, segments, Routing, Object Relational Mapping Framework, dynamic typed view and strongly typed view, controller
  • Java: File, Thread, Strings, JDBC, Array, Exception Handling
  • EXTJS: Drag-drop implementation, Grid features
  • Typescript
  • IOS Swift: Swift Enumerations
  • ASP .NET: Message Handlers, Web API Controller, Custom Handle
  • SAP Hybris: DTO, widget application, Model View Controller (MVC) Pattern, Hybris V5, Hybris Accelerators, flexible search queries
  • PHP: Unit, XML, methods
  • Core Java: Core Java 8, String data handling, Streamed API, Lambda function, JDBC
  • Android Coding: UI-layouts, SQLite Coding, Interaction with the network
  • C++: knowledge of Programming Languages, Algorithms, IDE, ORM ad Data Structures
  • Ruby: Control flow
  • Zend: Arguments, Zend programming and Returns
  • C Language: Control Flow Statements and C Programmin
  • C#: Razor View Engine, Segments, Routing, Framework, dynamic typed view and strongly typed view, Configuration and Deployment
  • WCF: Basics, Transaction Protocol, Extending WCF
  • C# .NET: .Net Core Fundamentals and MS SQL
  • MySQL Database: tables, index, SQLite Coding and Storage Engines
  • SQL Server 2005/2008: SQL Server 2005/2008 Query Optimizer, XML Data Types, SQLite Coding
  • Haskell: Recursive functions, Runtime system, High order functions and Compiler
  • Python: Machine Learning with Python, Data Wrangling with Python and Data Structures

Two important use cases for online coding assessment test

#1 Identifying job-fit candidates based on job roles

You can create customized online coding tests for any given job role. Using this capability, you can choose questions from different skill types, including functional, technical, and soft skills. For example, with our customized online programming test, you can assess candidates' understanding of HTML, CSS, General Coding, SQL, PHP, Data Analysis, and more to hire the best individuals for the job.

#2 Skill-gap analysis of your employees

iMocha allows you to trace employees' skill competency through coding training assessments. It determines the current skill level and identifies the areas for growth. Using this feature, you can measure employees' progress from their existing knowledge base to gained knowledge. For example, you can use our coding training tests to identify an engineer's understanding of Git, TypeScript, JavaScript, WCF, Zend, Problem-solving, and other skills and perform a skill gap analysis.

Test Creation Process

We provide various types of online programming tests to help you evaluate candidates' specific skills. These questions are created by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) based on their knowledge and expertise. For example, only coding specialists will develop questions about Python, C++, or ASP.NET based on easy, medium, and hard difficulty levels.

You can - choose which questions to include in the coding assessment test or ask us to create personalized assessments according to your requirements.

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FAQ
What is an online coding assessment?
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Tech recruiters and hiring managers use an online coding assessment to measure the developer's competency in programming. A developer is given an online assessment with coding challenges they need to solve in a real coding environment. The performance of the developer is measured and mapped with a competency meter. It helps to identify quality developers based on the developer's skill level.

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How is the online coding test customized?
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Our SMEs can create individualized online coding tests depending on your job role requirements. These assessments are divided into primary and secondary skills, such as Java API, React, Magento, Time Management, EXT JS, Data Analysis, Cognitive Abilities, and more. Additionally, SMEs can craft customized questions according to applicants' experience and difficulty level.

How do you assess coding skills?
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iMocha has created advanced coding assessments with features like coding simulators, LogicBox questions, and Live coding interviews to help tech recruiters assess the developers' coding skills.

• Coding simulators come with candidate-friendly features like default code stubs, intellisense, and multiple test cases to solve coding challenges.

• CodeReplay to replay screen capture of line-by-line code written by the candidate.

• AI-LogicBox innovative pseudo-coding platform for assessing language skills where online coding compilers are unavailable.

• Live coding interview helps conduct coding assessments in the real programming environment.

• In-depth reports with multiple parameters help recruiters to select the best coders through a live video interview.

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What are the certifications required for this role?
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Some popular certifications for Coding-related job roles are as follows:

• Certified Software Development Professional (CSDP)

• Certified Software Quality Analyst (CSQA)

• Certified Web Developer (CWD)

• Certified Mobile Application Developer (CMAD)

• Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD)

• Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE Programmer (OCPJP)

• Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

• Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

• Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT)

• Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)

What are the most common interview questions for this role?
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Some of the common Coding interview questions asked for this role are:

  • What is a Linked List?
  • What is LIFO?
  • What are Binary Trees?
  • Explain Doubly Linked Lists.
  • How does variable declaration affect memory?
  • How do you determine if a string is a palindrome?
  • Find the number of occurrences of a character in a String.
  • How do you get the matching elements in an integer array?
  • How to calculate the number of vowels and consonants in a string?
  • How to verify if a number is prime or not?
  • How to compute the first character of a string that is not repeated?
  • Determine the largest and the smallest element of an array that is not sorted.

Looking for more interview questions? Please read our latest blog on software coding interview questions that can help spot great software engineers.

What are the roles and responsibilities of a Coder?
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Coders are required to perform the following tasks and responsibilities:

• Coding in programming languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP.

• Troubleshooting and debugging code.

• Creating software apps.

• Bringing current systems together.

• Developing and running unit tests.

• Refactoring existing code is step six.

• Code optimization for performance.

• Functioning together with developers, designers, and other stakeholders.

• Code maintenance and enhancement.

• Keeping up with the most recent technological advances.

What are the required skillsets of a Coder?
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You can consider these technical as well as non-technical skills while Coders:

Technical Skills:

• JavaScript

• HTML & CSS

• C++

• .Net

• General Coding

• Database

• SQL

• Node.Js

• Git & Rest

• TypeScript

• Python & PHP

• WCF & Zend

• C language

• Spring Batch

Non-Technical Skills:

• Communication skills

• Collaboration

• Problem-Solving Skills

• Time Management

• Data Analysis

• Critical Thinking

• Leadership Skills

• Cognitive Abilities

What is the package of the Coder?
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In the United States, the average coder’s salary is $93,000 per year. Coder’s salaries start at $46,315 per year.

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