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TypeScript (Coding): Intermediate-Level Algorithms test
Type: Programming skills
Time: 35 min
Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish
Level: Intermediate

Summary of the TypeScript (Coding): Intermediate-Level Algorithms test

This TypeScript coding test assesses candidates’ ability to program intermediate-level algorithms, evaluating their skills in Typescript. This test will help you identify mid-level developers with 2-3 years of experience in the programming language.

Covered skills

  • Intermediate-level algorithms

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Mid-level developers using TypeScript in their technology stack.

This TypeScript coding test forms part of our Coding: Intermediate-Level Algorithms test. 

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About the TypeScript (Coding): Intermediate-Level Algorithms test

In recent years, TypeScript has become one of the most popular and most in-demand coding languages, and with good reason. As a superset of JavaScript, TypeScript offers developers the option to add static typing that makes it faster and easier for them to navigate complex, large-scale systems and catch bugs.

Good foundational knowledge of TypeScript has become an essential asset for junior programmers who want to work on large-scale projects and do more with their code. Candidates who do well on this test are able to hit the ground running with basic TypeScript programming so they can learn and grow quickly in the right environment.

This intermediate-level coding test gives candidates 30 minutes to solve a coding task by writing a short program. The candidates' code is evaluated against a set of test cases, some of which are available to the candidate so they can determine if they are on the right track.

Other test cases are only available on the backend, and check whether the candidate has considered all possible cases, including corner cases. These test cases determine the candidate's final score on the test depending on how many of them have been passed.

This is a great screening test for TypeScript that allows you to effectively screen candidates based on intermediate-level skills. We recommend combining coding tests with at least one of our cognitive ability tests evaluating numerical or analytical skills.

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Kiera S.

A full-stack developer with over six years of hands-on coding experience in large tech companies, Kiera “speaks” fluent JavaScript and TypeScript and sometimes dabbles in French with her friends and coworkers.

Her technology stack includes frameworks such as Angular, React, and Ionic (among others) and she’s always learning new technologies through her multifaceted work. Outside of work and language learning, Kiera enjoys long hiking trips with friends and her trusted Labrador, Coco.

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