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Clojure Skills Test

Maximize your hiring and upskilling efforts with this skills test. It enables you to assess skills like basic syntax, data types, variables, operators, script API, java, and more. Additionally, this test is designed to help you to reduce your interview time by 50% and conduct department-wide training needs analysis.

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What is Clojure?

It is a functional dialect of the Lisp programming language that takes advantage of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). It is one of several languages built to run on the JVM, including Scala and Kotlin. Programming usually involves two core paradigms: object-oriented programming and functional programming.

Why use iMocha's Clojure skills test?

This skills test is designed considering EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) guidelines; it will help you assess diverse talent without bias. It will help you assess topics like Java, C#, Dev Ecosystem, and more. You can also use this to identify the strengths and weaknesses of candidates and compare them against industry standards.

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Test Summary

This skills assessment test helps to screen candidates who possess the following abilities:

  • Familiarity with Functional programming.
  • Demonstrated skills with Java, C#, Python, etc.
  • Knowledge of multi-threading concepts and server-side programming.
  • Experience with parts of our dev ecosystem: Linux, Git, Jenkins, JIRA, Eclipse, and EMACS.
  • Fundamentals of CompSci like data structures, system architecture, and coding skills.
  • Solid understanding of relational databases.

Additionally, upon completion of tests, results are immediately created and delivered to the test administrator. The test insights section provides score breakdowns and section analysis tools to help you make data-driven talent decisions.

Useful for hiring
  • Clojure developer
  • Clojure UI developer
  • Clojure front-end UI/UX developer
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Setting the difficulty level of the test

Choose easy, medium, or tricky questions from our skill libraries to assess candidates of different experience levels.

Combining multiple skills into one test

Add multiple skills in a single test to create an effective assessment and assess multiple skills together.

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Receive a tailored assessment created by our subject matter experts to ensure adequate screening.
How is the Clojure skills test customized?
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This test is customizable in many ways. Using this test, you can assess various skill types, including functional, technical, and soft skills. The questions are created by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) based on their knowledge and expertise. You choose to set the difficulty level of the questions based on easy, medium, and hard based on the candidate's experience and skill level.

What are the most common interview questions related to this position?
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Some common interview questions asked in this role are:

  • What Are the Basics of Languages?
  • What do you understand by REPL?
  • What platforms does this application run on?
  • What characteristics does a socket server have?
  • What is the syntax for declaring the operator and operands?

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What are the required skill sets for Clojure?
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Developers in this role are required to have the following set of technical and non-technical skills:

Technical Skills:

  • Programming Skills
  • Java, HTML, and Lisp
  • Web programming
  • MySQL, PostgreSQL or MSSQL
  • Kubernetes and Docker
  • ML and NLP applications
  • AWS, GCP, and Azure
  • Syntax and Data type
  • Script API  

Non-Technical Skills:

  • Analytical Skills
  • Collaboration Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Time management skills
What are the roles and responsibilities for this role?
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Here is a list of common roles and responsibilities for this role:  

  • Handle issues in complex applications
  • Run applications in cloud-native, host-based environments
  • Process large volumes of data
  • Write and maintain clear codes
  • Partner with other team-mates to build high-quality products
  • Conduct back-end functional and unit testing