Our Apache Airflow skills test is the most preferred pre-hire test for recruiters and hiring managers to assess the skills of building data pipelines with Airflow. The Apache Airflow development test is useful for hiring Airflow Developers, Airflow Engineers, Senior Data Engineers, and Python Developers. This test can reduce screening time by 80%.
Apache Airflow is an open-source workflow management platform. Apache Airflow is developed as a solution to manage complex workflows of an organization. Using Apache Airflow, it is possible to programmatically author and schedule the workflow and monitor them using the built-in user interface. It is developed in Python, and developers can build complicated workflows using Python features. Apache Airflow skills test based on Airflow v1.10 helps recruiters & hiring managers to assess candidates' skills in building data pipelines with Airflow.
The Apache Airflow development test is designed by experienced Subject Matter Experts (SME) to evaluate and hire Apache Airflow developers based on industry standards.
The Apache Airflow skills test helps to screen the candidates who possess the following traits:
Apache Airflow development test is designed considering EEOC guidelines; it will help you assess and hire diverse talent without any bias. With role-based access control, you can now maintain security within your account by providing access to each user based on their established role. Moreover, with the help of our advanced cheating prevention tools (like image, audio, & video proctoring and window violation detection), you can allow candidates to take the test online from anywhere in the comfort of their time zone.
This test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, AI-LogicBox, Coding Simulators, True or False Questions, etc.
An Apache Airflow task returns a value from a Python Operators python_callable function. In the given context which of these statements should be considered valid?