Java is a multiplatform coding language that is used by programmers to design few implementations through its English-based commands. The first version of Java coding language was introduced in the year 1995 by James Gosling. This coding language is widely used in web development, android apps, big data, etc. Java Coding medium level test is based on the coding questions that helps to assess the intermediate level coding knowledge of the Java developers. The intermediate level Java programmer must have knowledge of some Java build tools and Java web frameworks apart from the basic coding.
You need to consider below key skills while hiring Java developer with medium level coding knowledge:
iMocha's Java practical test offerings are designed to help tech recruiters/hiring managers assess candidates on various experience levels (Entry level, intermediate and experienced). Java coding test –medium level is an assessment which includes some medium level coding questions that will help recruiters to:
Here are few interview questions that you can ask to Java developers & predict their technical proficiency:
iMocha's practical test for Java is based on concepts of Java programming which are required for intermediate level Java developer. This assessment includes over 150 intermediate level coding questions to choose from and share it with candidates.
Tech recruiters/hiring managers can utilize features like coding simulators, LogicBox questions, Live coding interviews to assess Java coding skills of the developers. CodeReplay feature helps reviewer to replay screen capture of line-by-line code written by candidate. While, coding simulators comes with several candidate friendly features like default code stubs, intellisense, multiple test cases, so that candidates can focus more on algorithm to solve coding challenges. Hiring managers can use live coding interview to conduct coding assessments real time.
You can conduct remote technical skills assessments with 4 easy steps with iMocha: