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Connect with your candidate in CodeLive via a full-screen video call; no downloads or lengthy set-up required.
Use the shared canvas to create flow charts, ask system design questions, and mock-up quick wireframes.
Whether starting from scratch or pasting in sample code, use the shared editor to see how your candidate builds, tests, and maintains code.
Pull in Codility library tasks or your candidate’s previously submitted CodeCheck solution to dig deeper into how your candidate solves problems.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Live coding interviews come in various forms. The most general definition is that it’s an interview conducted online, with the candidate and interviewer(s) in separate places. For technical roles, tech interviews focus on understanding the candidate’s technical skills by asking questions that require the candidate to write code, draw diagrams and explain how they solve technical problems.
A whiteboard interview is another term for a technical interview. In the past, when interviews were mainly conducted onsite, the interviewer(s) would ask the candidate to use a whiteboard to write code, draw diagrams and explain how they solve technical problems, by hand. Using CodeLive, whiteboard interviews can be run effectively online, making it easier for the candidate to share their ideas and draw diagrams on the canvas.
The CodeLive environment is collaborative. Both the candidate and interviewer(s) are able to write, run and test code, diagrams in our canvas, powered by Miro, and utilize the preloaded icon sets (e.g. AWS, Azure, etc.). The interviewer(s) control the interface and can move the candidate to different coding whiteboards as needed. In the editor, each person is represented by a different color, and their name is displayed. This way, everyone in the interview can view who is writing code in real-time.