Monday, March 29, 2010

See a candidate coding live during a remote interview

Following a discussion on Slashdot, I stumbled upon a site named See[Mike]Code where an online temporary "interview" room can be set up (for free) and you can use it to evaluate coders in real-time.

Simple and clever. The site brings up a unique URL for the interviewer and another one for the candidate. Everything the interviewee types is replicated, realtime, to the interviewer. That's an easy way to to evaluate the technical merits of someone without the trouble of bringing him/her in for a formal interview.


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