Tech Coding Platforms To Get You Hired 2019 | ThingsToKnow

Tech Coding Platforms To Get You Hired 2019 | ThingsToKnow


Nowadays, a lot of tech and big companies
are hiring through coding platforms. so, what are these coding platforms… Let’s check out some.. HackerRank It boasts of about 5 million developers solving
code challenges comprising four sections of Practice, Compete,
Job and Leader board. In Practice, you can solve various problems as per the
difficulty level assigned, language proficiency and specialized skill. Also, there are tutorials related to coding
interviews. In Compete, you can sign up for contests or
can create your own. In Job section, you can look for various job
openings in your preferred area. In Leaderboard, you can look up to some hardcore
programmers on this website on the basis of various contests. Major Companies that hire from HackerRank: Over 1k companies like CapitalOne, Twitter, Adobe Systems, Dropbox, TransferWise, The Washington Post, Two Sigma, Freshdesk,
VMware, Red Hat. CodeChef A DirectI initiated non-profit coding platform
which was started in 2009. In 2010, DirectI along with Codechef started
the ‘Go For Gold’ contest to strengthen the Indian Teams who participate
in world finals of ACM-ICPC. The interface is user-friendly and consists
of options like Practice, Compete and Discuss. The Practice section consists of problems categorized as per their difficulty level. The Compete section consists of various challenges in which users can participate as per their
rating. On Discussion board, users usually post the
problems which they encounter during practice or competition. Codechef has also recently launched certification
programs in data strucutre and algorithms in 3 levels.. Foundation, Advanced and Expert Leetcode One of the best online websites for programmers who want to crack the technical interviews. it has the largest pool of interview questions
for the preparation of Google, Facebook, and Amazon. Also, for premium members can face mock interviews
with various companies. The home page has sections like Explore, Problems,
Mock, Contest, Articles and Discuss. It prepares for interviews of some of the
major companies in the world and its users have been placed in companies
like Facebook, Leap Motion, Uber, Apple, Google, Intel, Amazon, Bank of America, Pinterest,
CISCO. HackerEarth HackerEarth has conducted 1000+ hackathons
and 10000+ programming challenges till date. Since its inception, HackerEarth has built
a developer base of over 2 million+. HackerEarth has raised close to $5 million
in funding over three rounds. Today, more than 750 customers worldwide use
its Sprint and Recruit platforms, including Amazon, Walmart Labs HP, VMware, DBS, HCL, GE, Wipro, Barclays, Pitney Bowes, Intel, and L&T Infotech. Codewars This educational company started programming
with a new concept of ‘kata’ a programming exercise to develop skills by
practicing and repeating in the year 2012. Code Wars is not the place for you if you
are a beginner because teaching is less suited to code wars. For learners, it might be one of the best
places for you if you have experience of coding beforehand. The website is full of programmers from US,
China, and India so a diversified community of users. Some of the clients of Code wars are Apple,
Andela, TrueCar. CodeForces Codeforces is a website that hosts competitive
programming contests. As of 2018, it has over 600000 registered
users. The Codeforces platform is typically used when preparing for competitive programming
contests. it offers the following features: Codeforces Rounds : 2-hours short contests,
called, held about once a week Educational contests : 2-2.5 hours, with 24
hours hacking period, held 2-3 times per month Challenge/hack other contestants’ solutions Solve problems from previous contests for
training purposes “Polygon” feature for creating and testing
problems Social networking through internal public
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