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SQLite coding test (intermediate-level querying): Screening assessment to hire the best candidates

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SQLite (coding): intermediate-level querying test
Type: Programming skills
Time: 30 min
Languages: English, Spanish, Dutch, French
Level: Intermediate

Summary of the SQLite (coding): intermediate-level querying test

This SQLite coding test evaluates candidates’ skills in creating a query on a database with medium complexity. It immerses the candidate in a realistic scenario, and solving it requires intermediate SQLite querying skills.

Covered skills

  • Intermediate-level querying

Use the SQLite (coding): intermediate-level querying test to hire

Senior backend developers or other roles requiring a practical knowledge of SQLite and medium-complexity databases and queries.

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About the SQLite (coding): intermediate-level querying test

In the digital age, data forms the basis of nearly every business. And SQL is the standard query language for managing relational databases. It enables developers to create efficient software quickly by leveraging well-structured data.

Working with SQL databases is part of the day-to-day work of a backend developer. Even if your framework hides SQL behind an ORM, knowing SQL is highly recommended for backend developers.

This SQLite test assesses candidates' ability to navigate a real-life scenario involving a database of medium complexity. The objective is to create a query that successfully retrieves and/or changes information contained in a database.

Successful candidates have experience joining and filtering results. They can manipulate data using simple calculations while taking certain details into consideration, such as sorting the data, rounding numbers, and excluding irrelevant entries.

The test ranks candidates using more than 10 different test cases and checks every corner case of the solution.

The test is made by a subject-matter expert

Yashavant K.

Over the last 25 years, Yashavant has published numerous books and online courses in C, C++, Data Structures, VC++, .NET, and Embedded Systems. A sought-after speaker, Yashavant has given presentations and workshops at TedEx, IITs, NITs, IIITs, and global software companies. In recognition of his contribution to IT education, he has been awarded the "Best .NET Technical Contributor" and "Most Valuable Professional" awards by Microsoft and the “Distinguished Alumnus Award” by IIT Kanpur.

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