This skills test is designed to assist talent professionals assess individuals' programming proficiency. It can cover numerous concepts, ensuring individuals’ technical abilities are assessed thoroughly. With this test, organizations can streamline their hiring and L&D processes, reduce technical screening time by 80% and save valuable time.
It is a product of Microsoft created as a part of its .Net framework. It is a powerful combination of functional and object-oriented programming that allows for a high level of abstraction and modularity in code. Add to this is the ability to seamlessly integrate with the .Net framework, and you have a language perfect for web development and other complex application.
Why use iMocha's skills test?
With our skills test, Talent Professionals can comprehensively assess individuals' F programming proficiency. This test evaluates various concepts, such as type inference, asynchronous programming, and functional programming paradigms, to name a few. It also includes features such as window violation and image and video proctoring that effectively detect cheating attempts during the exam.
The assessment identifies candidates and employees who have a solid technical grasp of key concepts such as:
The test is fully automated and generates detailed analytical reports for each individual, allowing you to make informed decisions during selection. In addition, L&D professionals can use this test to identify skill gaps in the existing workforce and strategize more efficient learning programs.
iMocha's skills test can be customized to meet the specific needs of your organization. Our SMEs have developed in-depth assessments that evaluate candidates with varying levels of difficulty.
Customization can also include evaluating additional technical skills such as the knowledge of .NET Framework and libraries and frameworks such as Fable and WebSharper or Language proficiency.
Here are a select few questions you could ask to assess an individual's grasp on key concepts.
Here are some critical skillsets that a competent developer must have: