Go (coding): intermediate problems

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About the Go (coding): intermediate problems test

Since its publication in 2009 by Google, the Go programming language, offered referred to as Golang, too, has become popular among some of the biggest platforms and organizations around the world. Google, Apple, Facebook, the New York Times, and the BBC, among many others, choose this open-source language for their software apps due to the flexibility and ease of use it provides, especially with projects that require complex architecture.

Solving coding problems using Go and implementing data structures is crucial to the success of an intermediate-level developer. An effective data structure enables you to effectively manage, organize, and represent your data. These intermediate coding challenges in Go, evaluate candidates' ability to solve problems natively in Go and implement data structures to reach the best solutions.

This coding test presents a real-life scenario to your candidates. They have 30 minutes to implement a data structure or solve a problem that meets the given requirements. Candidates can run the code against a selected number of test cases to see if they are on track. After submission, the code is automatically scored based on another set of test cases that also covers exceptions or corner cases. You will be able to play back how the code came about in the coding editor.

We recommend combining this coding test with other programming tests such as Django and SQL, as well as cognitive ability tests.

Go (coding) intermediate problems

The test is made by a subject-matter expert

Rohan V.

Given that Rohan started to code from his school days, it’s no wonder that he went on to complete his Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering. In his professional career, Rohan has been mostly coding on Go and Python and has been an active contributor to various open-source projects that allow him to push his programming skills and solutions even further. In his spare time, Rohan loves to write code to automate the little things in life.

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What is the difference between an assessment and a test?
An assessment is the total package of tests and custom questions that you put together to evaluate your candidates. Each individual test within an assessment is designed to test something specific, such as a job skill or language. An assessment can consist of up to 5 tests and 20 custom questions. You can have candidates respond to your custom questions in several ways, such as with a personalized video.
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A video question is a specific type of custom question you can add to your assessment. Video questions let you create a question and have your candidates use their webcam to record a video response. This is an excellent way to see how a candidate would conduct themselves in a live interview, and is especially useful for sales and hospitality roles. Some good examples of things to ask for video questions would be "Why do you want to work for our company?" or "Try to sell me an item you have on your desk right now." You can learn more about video questions here.
Can you explain how the other custom question types work?
Besides video questions, you can also add the following types of custom questions: multiple-choice, coding, file upload, and essay. Multiple-choice lets your candidates choose from a list of answers that you provide, coding lets you create a coding problem for them to solve, file upload allows your candidates to upload a file that you request (such as a resume or portfolio), and essay allows an open-ended text response to your question. You can learn more about different custom question types here.
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