HackerRank is a technology company that focuses on completive programming challenges for both consumers and businesses, where developers compete by trying to program according to provided specifications. HackerRank’s programming challenges can be solved in a variety of programming languages (including Java, C++PHP, Python, SQL) and span multiple computer science domains
HackerRank for work:-
Their enterprise-side product, HackerRank for Work, is a subscription service that aims to help companies source, screen, and hire engineers and other technical roles. The HackerRank for Work platform gives businesses the option to leverage a built-in library of programming challenges or write their own so as to tailor that programming challenge directly to a company’s open position. Technical recruiters then use those programming challenges to test candidates on their specific programming skills and better understand their qualification for a certain role. Candidate’s challenges, once submitted, are auto-scored and the results are then provided to the technical recruiter for review. Companies such as Amplify, Quora, and Capital One are using HackerRank for Work in their technical recruiting screening processes. In addition to screening, HackerRank also hosts programming hackathons, referred to as CodeSprints, as a way for companies to source technical candidates. Companies who have hosted or sponsored these CodeSprints include Addepar,Yahoo!, Quora,and Amazon.