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We engaged with Geektastic to evaluate candidates for some high profile roles we were hiring for because we wanted the human touch you just can't get from automated technical assessments.James AdamsPeople Finder at Just Giving

James Adams, People Finder at Just Giving is using Geektastic Code Challenges to evaluate software engineering candidates
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Using Geektastic’s code challenges has helped me save tons of time assessing candidates.Oscar BergHead of Development at Quickspin

I have to say that I've done a few of these code challenge things and this was definitely the best form-factor. I much preferred it to, for example, ***, who seem to focus on pure algorithmic design rather than actually making something that works. I like the qualitative feedback through the website as well, much more useful than a raw percentage score. Ben Senior JavaScript developer, London, UK

One company who does make use of computer reviewed code tests is ***. I took and failed a test with them. The code was perfect, apart from a small corner case I didn’t pick up on under the pressure of the test, but because it was computer marked I didn't even get a look-in. Tony Expert Java developer, Exeter, UK

I love your idea, especially as I know firsthand how painful it is to be turned down at the very first stage of the hiring process because of some stupid automated test that says nothing about a developer other than that they're a programmer who can write algorithms. That's *** and the like... [ Anon ] Senior Software Engineer at leading price comparison website, UK

Overall Geektastic has been a great experience for me, I enjoy seeing the contrived ways people solve the same problem. On more than a few occasions I've seen someone solve a trivial problem in 'interesting' ways. I feel that it makes me a stronger engineer and a better interviewer. Duane Senior JavaScript developer, LA, USA

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