Our Triplebyte assessments rely on data from over 200,000 engineers, including over 40,000 live technical interviews. We have thousands of questions and are constantly developing new content to support our screening process. It all starts with a screening quiz in an engineer's area of specialization. Those that do well on this quiz are invited to take additional assessments, including our 2-hour technical interview. The content of the quiz and interview vary; we run several different versions of each. Everyone who completes an assessment receives personalized feedback afterward.
Our quiz is an adaptive, multiple-choice test. Engineers can elect to take quizzes in any of our tracks: generalist/full-stack, front-end, machine learning, data science, DevOps, or mobile (either iOS or Android). We also offer entry-level versions of our generalist and front-end quizzes for early career engineers.
We've assembled a large pool of thousands of potential questions, and the quiz asks each engineer different questions based on where they have shown strength and weakness. The model we use for our quiz (item response theory) is the same as that behind the GRE and GMAT tests. Most of the quiz questions involve looking at blocks of code and answering questions about them (finding bugs and predicting behavior). Some questions test specific knowledge.
We ask engineers to work in their strongest language and in their own environment during our 2-hour technical interview. We change the content of the interview over time as we test new content. However, most interviews contain hands-on coding exercises, debugging exercises, knowledge deep dives, and architecture or design tasks.
After the Assessments:
1. Personalized Feedback
Everyone who completes one of our quizzes receives a personalized, detailed feedback report on their strengths and weaknesses. The report also includes tips and resources for further study.
Engineers who demonstrate exceptional skill (90th percentile and up) in their area of technical skill are awarded a Triplebyte Certificate. Learn more about certificates and how they're awarded.
Ready to get started?
Engineers can start with our 30-minute quiz and interested companies can sign up for a free demo.
If you are an engineer with additional questions, please contact Support.