iMocha's skill test enables hiring and L&D managers to evaluate an individual's proficiency in MarkLogic, a popular NoSQL database platform. It can reduce your interview time by 50% and streamline your L&D processes when hiring or upskilling individuals for positions like MarkLogic Developers, Data Architects, Database Administrators, and related roles.
MarkLogic is a powerful NoSQL database platform that can store structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data. Given this ability to store and manage various data formats, the tool uses a document-centric data model, which includes easy tagging, indexing, and searching of data.
It’s built-in search and data management functionalities empower businesses to store and retrieve information efficiently, making it a versatile solution for various enterprise applications.
Why use iMocha's MarkLogic Skill Test?
Our test simplifies hiring and L&D, improving interview to selection ratio by 70% and ensuring unbiased performance evaluations.
iMocha's MarkLogic test allows companies to benchmark applicants and existing employees based on industry and organizational standards to improve the quality of new hires and spot any gaps in employee training programs.
The MarkLogic Skills Test helps screen individuals possessing the following skillsets:
These tests are designed to provide an unbiased screening process and allows you to use role-based access control features to monitor individual users and implement anti-cheating measures like window violation and video proctoring.
IMocha's skill test can be easily customized based on the specific job expertise required for a particular role. Recruiters and L&D managers can either manually choose from iMocha’s library of 100,000+ questions or create tailor-made tests by customizing the difficulty level and choosing different question types (MCQ, whiteboard questions, coding, and scenario-based assignments) across concepts such as Data integration, XQuery, SPARQL, RESTful APIs and more.
You can also assess multiple skill sets using a single test and add questions that assess the employee or candidate’s soft skills, technical skills, coding proficiency, communication skills, and more.
Some of the commonly asked questions as part of the MarkLogic Skill assessment include:
Some of the essential skillsets for becoming a MarkLogic developer include: