The best way to hire programmers
Section-I: Screening Programmers
RecruitProblem:Companies spend a lot of time in phone interviews. On an average a companyrejects 7 out of the 10 developer...
RecruitProblem:Companies spend a lot of time in phone interviews. On an average a companyrejects 7 out of the 10 developer...
RecruitProblem:Companies spend a lot of time in phone interviews. On an average a companyrejects 7 out of the 10 developer...
RecruitWhat does Recruit do?The product Recruit from interviewstreet helps companies screen candidates byinviting them to ...
RecruitIs it completely automated?The results are generated instantly once the candidate completes a test andyou can proce...
Section-II: Powering Careers page
Powering careers pagesCareers/Jobs pages of companies are generally not paid attention to and justcontains an email addres...
Powering careers pagesFacebook                  AmazonSkype                          And many more…
Powering careers pagesResult:Companies love the programming challenges and this acts as an additional sourceof filtered pr...
Section-III: CodeSprint
CodeSprintsCodeSprints are programming contests that we hold every weekend. We invitecompanies to endorse a CodeSprint if ...
CodeSprintsWhat does it take for a company to endorse a CodeSprint? The company that’s endorsing a CodeSprint should be ab...
CodeSprintsWhat are some of the past CodeSprints you’ve conducted? We’ve conducted a lot of CodeSprints endorsed by compan...
CodeSprintsHow many programmers participate in a CodeSprint? This varies week over week. But the average has been 550+ pro...
CodeSprintsDo you’ve any tie-ups with universities?Yes, we recently conducted a collaborative campus challenge for the top...
Presshttp://www.forbes.com/sites/nicoleperlroth/2011/08/25/yc-combinator-start-ups-guess-which-will-be-worth-a-billion/  h...
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  1. 1. The best way to hire programmers
  2. 2. Section-I: Screening Programmers
  3. 3. RecruitProblem:Companies spend a lot of time in phone interviews. On an average a companyrejects 7 out of the 10 developers interviewed in phone interview stage. Thistranslates to 70 hours of engineering team that’s being wasted
  4. 4. RecruitProblem:Companies spend a lot of time in phone interviews. On an average a companyrejects 7 out of the 10 developers interviewed in phone interview stage. Thistranslates to 70 hours of engineering team that’s being wastedSolution:The ideal way is to find a solution to automate phone interviews that producesthe same or better results
  5. 5. RecruitProblem:Companies spend a lot of time in phone interviews. On an average a companyrejects 7 out of the 10 developers interviewed in phone interview stage. Thistranslates to 70 hours of engineering team that’s being wastedSolution:The ideal way is to find a solution to automate phone interviews that producesthe same or better resultsinterviewstreet.com/recruit
  6. 6. RecruitWhat does Recruit do?The product Recruit from interviewstreet helps companies screen candidates byinviting them to a programming test created by them. We have an in-builtcodechecker that evaluates a candidate’s code for correctness and optimality andcategorizes them into ‘Extraordinary’ candidates, ‘Above average’ candidates, etc.This makes it very easy for companies to pick the candidates for interview.What all languages does Recruit support?All major languages – C, C++, Java, Python, Ruby, Scala, Clojure, Haskell, C#, SQLCan I add my own programming questions?Yes. You’re free to use our library questions as well.
  7. 7. RecruitIs it completely automated?The results are generated instantly once the candidate completes a test andyou can proceed with the interviews immediatelyWho are your users?Our product is used by large MNC’s like Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Zynga, etc.to SME’s like Flipkart, Cleartrip and also young startups like DrchronoHow much does it cost to use the product?The product is on a pay-per-attempt model. Every test attempt costs $5What’s your ROI?On an average we save about 50 developer hours for every hire made.Case studies with Cleartrip, Flipkart can be found on our blog
  8. 8. Section-II: Powering Careers page
  9. 9. Powering careers pagesCareers/Jobs pages of companies are generally not paid attention to and justcontains an email address asking candidates to send their resumes.What if you had an interesting programming challengeon your careers page?
  10. 10. Powering careers pagesFacebook AmazonSkype And many more…
  11. 11. Powering careers pagesResult:Companies love the programming challenges and this acts as an additional sourceof filtered programming leads from their careers page – double bonus!
  12. 12. Section-III: CodeSprint
  13. 13. CodeSprintsCodeSprints are programming contests that we hold every weekend. We invitecompanies to endorse a CodeSprint if they’re interested. At the end of the contest,the company can interact with the participants and hire programmers
  14. 14. CodeSprintsWhat does it take for a company to endorse a CodeSprint? The company that’s endorsing a CodeSprint should be able to contribute at least one programming problem to the contest. This not only acts as an advertising vehicle for the company but also engages programmers to get a peak at the real- world problems. It generally lasts between 5-8 hours How much does it cost to endorse a CodeSprint? We work with companies with two business models: a. Pay-per-hire: This is a pay-per-hire model where the company pays us $10k USD for every programmer hired through the contest. If the company doesn’t hire anyone, they don’t pay us anything b. Flat fee: This is an enterprise model where the company pays us $50K USD for conducting a CodeSprint. You can hire as many programmers you want
  15. 15. CodeSprintsWhat are some of the past CodeSprints you’ve conducted? We’ve conducted a lot of CodeSprints endorsed by companies in the past: 1. Quora (quora.interviewstreet.com) 2. Amazon (codeninja.interviewstreet.com) 3. Adobe (adobe.interviewstreet.com) 4. Sequoia Capital VC firm (sequoia.interviewstreet.com) and many more.. What has been the success rate of such CodeSprints? People all across the globe participate and it’s an easy one-stop access for companies to pick the top talent across the globe. We’ve noticed companies hiring a lot of engineers in just a 5-hour programming contest.
  16. 16. CodeSprintsHow many programmers participate in a CodeSprint? This varies week over week. But the average has been 550+ programmers with the maximum being 2104 programmers How do you advertise a CodeSprint? We’ve daily challenges put up on our site which attract a lot of programmers who solve daily. There are roughly 400-500 programmers who spend more than 90 min on our site every day. We’ve a good base of programmers to advertise Has there been any successful hires via CodeSprint? http://www.quora.com/Programming-Contests/Where-have-the-participants- of-the-different-Codesprints-ended-up Of course, else we wouldn’t have such a demand 
  17. 17. CodeSprintsDo you’ve any tie-ups with universities?Yes, we recently conducted a collaborative campus challenge for the top schoolsin the US. We had over 400 university school students participating in it andPrinceton University held the first rank.Leaderboard: https://campus.interviewstreet.com/challenges/dashboard/#universityleaderboardWhat kind of problems does CodeSprint support?We support programming questions, approximate algorithm problems, gametheory programming problems, real-world app creation problems, mobileapp building problems and more being addedTrivia: We’re working with the White house on a CodeSprint (yes you read that right ) - www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2012/04/02/announcing-summer-jobs-code-sprint
  18. 18. Presshttp://www.forbes.com/sites/nicoleperlroth/2011/08/25/yc-combinator-start-ups-guess-which-will-be-worth-a-billion/ http://techcrunch.com/2012/02/23/interview-street- codesprints/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15814537
  19. 19. Thank you dear customers. We value you the most.and thousands more..

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