We make it easy for candidates, and reviewers to create, assign, submit, track and review take-home coding tests, using familiar tools.
Take home coding tests, made simple.
Traditional code assessment tools force the candidate to type and run the code on the browser. Developers are more comfortable using their favourite editors to write and run code. We believe that take-home assignments are superior to web-based clocked tests.
Take-home tests enable the candidate to think more deeply about the problem and showcase their skills better. The closer take-home tests mimic real-world problems, the better the chances of hiring the right candidate.
Snapcodereview uses GitHub for committing and reviewing code. This is what developers do every day at work.
It integrates with GreenHouse and makes it even more seamless to manage take-home coding tests.
Improve Candidate Experience
Help candidates showcase their talent in an environment that they are most comfortable with. Take-home tests enable the candidate to think more deeply about the problem and showcase their skills better. When tests mimic real-world problems, the chances of hiring the right candidate improve. Candidates use GitHub for committing and submitting code as they would in real life.
Simplify Reviewer Experience
Traditionally reviewers would receive code submissions over email. Sometimes these would be multiple compressed files and multiple versions of code. They have to download and unzip the files in order to review them, which wastes their time. SnapcodeReview helps reviewers save time by using GitHub for accessing and reviewing code as they would in real life.
Save Recruiter Time
Normally recruiters manually send the assignment, follow up for submissions and would receive code submissions over email. They then have to send the submissions to the reviews over email and follow up for feedback. All of these have to be managed outside the ATS. SnapcodeReview saves recruiter time by automating follow-ups, tracking code submissions and facilitating reviews through ATS.