iMocha’s Perl online test enables recruiters and hiring managers to hire job-fit candidates quickly and make unbiased hiring decisions. This test is useful for hiring PERL Developers, PHP PERL Developers, and Senior Software Engineers in Perl Programming. Our Perl test helped our customers reduce technical screening time by 80%.
PERL is a family of high-level and general-purpose programming languages. It runs on a variety of platforms like MacOS, Windows, and various versions of UNIX. PERL also supports procedural and object-oriented programming. This test is specially designed to check a PERL developer’s technical and practical skills – as per industry standards.
#1 Identifying job-fit candidates based on job roles
You can create customized skill assessments for any given job role. Using this feature, you can choose questions from different skill types, including functional, technical, and soft skills. For example, with our customized Perl test, you can evaluate candidates’ knowledge of Documentation Skills, Nested Arrays, Unix shell Commands, Linux, and Communication Skills and assess the best individuals for the job.
#2 Skill-gap analysis of your employees
iMocha allows you to measure employees' skill competency through Perl training assessments. It determines the existing skill level and identifies the areas for growth. It also measures the knowledge and impact of the training and traces individual employees’ progress. For example, you can use our Perl training assessments to identify a consultant’s knowledge about Anonymous Subroutines, Arithmetic Expressions, APIs, and other skills and perform a skill gap analysis.
Online Perl script assessment helps to screen the candidates who possess skills as follows:
• Familiarity with databases such as MySQL, Oracle, or SQL Server and Perl programming language.
• Excellent knowledge of writing code to integrate with third-party applications and to develop new features.
• Experience in developing complex GUI applications or server-side components using Java.
Assessing candidates with Perl online tests is secure and reliable. You can use our role-based access control feature to restrict system access based on the roles of individual users within the recruiting team. Features like window violation and image and video proctoring help detect cheating during the test.
Perl assessment enables employers and recruiters to identify potential hires by evaluating working skills and job readiness.
We provide different types of Perl tests to help you evaluate candidates' specific skills. These questions are created by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) based on their knowledge and expertise. For example, only Perl specialists will develop questions about the Numeric Literals or Pattern Matching based on easy, medium, and hard difficulty levels.
You can - choose which questions to include in the Perl online test or ask us to create customized assessments according to your requirements.
The recruiter/hiring manager can access comprehensive reports for each candidate that will help to overview the candidate’s performance in each section within a glance. Moreover, the test Insights section helps to identify job-fit candidates more accurately with score distribution and section analysis features.
Perl tests may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, AI-LogicBox, Job-based Simulations, True or False Questions, etc.
Perl online test is designed considering EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) guidelines. It will help you assess ad hire diverse talent without any bias.
Our SMEs can create individualized Perl tests based on your job role requirements. These assessments are divided into primary and secondary skills, such as XML, JSON, Network programming, Nested Arrays, Project Management, Attention to Detail, and more. Additionally, SMEs can design customized questions according to applicants' experience and difficulty level.
Some popular certifications for Perl-related job roles are as follows:
• Certified Perl Programmer (CPP)
• Perl 5 Certified Professional (P5CP)
• Perl 6 Certified Professional (P6CP)
• Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Perl Certification
• Zend Certified PHP Engineer (ZCPE)
• Oracle Certified Professional Perl Developer (OCPPD)
• CompTIA Linux+ Perl Certification
• Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Data Platform and Business Intelligence with Perl
• Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) with Perl
• Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) with Perl
Some of the common Perl interview questions asked for this role are:
• How to create a function that is only available inside the scope where it is defined?
• Which feature of Perl provides code reusability? Give any example of that feature.
• Is it possible to load binary extensions dynamically?
• How to replace every TAB character in a file with a comma?
• How many types of primary data structures are in Perl, and what do they mean?
• How is the interpreter used in Perl?
• Suppose an array contains @arraycontent= ('ab,' 'cd,' 'ef,' 'gh'). How to print all the contents of the given array?
• Do you know how to comment in Perl?
• What is the default scope of the Perl variables?
• In Perl, what types of operators are available?
• What are the various flags/arguments that can be used while executing a Perl program?
Perl Developers are required to perform the following tasks and responsibilities:
• Create, test, and maintain efficient Perl code to satisfy business needs.
• Analyse and debug existing code.
• Build, test, and improve software components.
• Data structure and algorithm design and implementation.
• Develop and maintain unit tests.
• Automate the testing of Perl programs.
• Collaborate with other software developers, system engineers, and support personnel.
• Assist and mentor other team members with technical issues.
• Detect and fix bugs in existing code.
• Design and update data dictionaries and database structures.
You can consider these technical as well as non-technical skills while hiring Perl Developers:
• Programming in Perl
• Database Programming
• Linux and Unix systems
• Regular Expression and Pattern Matching
• Working with APIs
• Developing Web Applications
• Working with XML and JSON
• Automation of Tasks
• Network Programming
• Attention to Detail
• Communication Skills
• Documentation Skills
• Project Management
• Time Management
In the United States, the average Perl Developer’s salary is $105,000 per year. Perl Developers’ salaries start at $90,000 per year.