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Google's new tool helps you ace developer interviews

Google has launched Byteboard, an online tool to help hiring managers quickly grasp a candidate's practical software development and engineering skills.

Byteboard's project-based interview lets candidates quickly demonstrate their skills and knowledge in specific languages and, for now, back-end software development skills.

The Byteboard interview is currently offered in seven popular programming languages including Java, Python, Ruby, C++, C#, JavaScript (node.js), and Go. 

It's currently aimed at back-end and full-stack engineering staff, from intern to senior software development roles.

Read the full article at ZDNet.

By Jo Lo
Jo Lo

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Jo Lo

Jo is a digital producer at Pattern. Jo has a background in communication, and has worked as a producer and editor for organisations such as Les Mills International, Tailor, Auckland Libraries and XtraMSN/Telecom. From 2007-2009, Jo was the web editor for Taste and Metro magazines.