This GitHub test evaluates candidates’ familiarity with the Git version control system. This test will help you identify developers who are good at managing large codebases and collaborating with others.
GitHub collaboration tools
CI/CD and DevOps in GitHub
Project management in GitHub
Front-end developers, full-stack developers, back-end developers, software engineers, and any other roles requiring an intermediate knowledge of GitHub.
Modern applications are often based on thousands of lines of code and have multiple developers working on them. An efficient collaboration system is essential to the success of such projects. GitHub not only makes managing versions of code projects easier, but also makes it easy to collaborate with other teammates without compromising the integrity of the original project.
This GitHub test evaluates developers’ knowledge of GitHub and Git commands. Candidates are tested on their ability to efficiently manage code projects with Git and leverage GitHub’s features to collaborate with other developers or teammates. The applied, situational questions on this test assess core GitHub functionalities, including GitHub basics, collaboration tools, CI/CD and DevOps, as well as project management on the platform. This GitHub skills test will help you identify candidates who have deep knowledge of the Git workflow and know how to apply it.
Candidates who perform well on this test have strong knowledge of Git commands and have practical experience in managing projects using GitHub. The test ensures that they have the necessary GitHub skills to manage large codebases and ensure seamless collaboration on your company’s projects.
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