CoderPad helps you interview your candidates in an intuitive live programming environment. CoderPad is like EtherPad or Google Docs, but designed to let candidates actually write programs that run. It’s simple, fast, and remarkably powerful. When you collaborate with candidates on writing working code, you see a more accurate picture of their abilities — and they’ll like you better for it, too.
Running code is at the heart of CoderPad. It is built to run any kind of code in a single click. CoderPad doesn’t require that candidates learn how to operate any unfamiliar test interfaces, and showes you all the execution results exactly as you’d expect to see them on your own machine.
Trying to get your team to standardize what questions they ask in the interview process? Save your commonly asked interview questions for reuse. CoderPad records every interview (including code execution output) so that you can see what happened after the fact, keystroke-by-keystroke.
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