Karat builds world-class hiring processes starting with the technical interview. Explore our best practices, research, and customer stories.
Ethos Life built a streamlined and highly predictive interviewing and hiring process across Austin, Singapore, and San Francisco. All while boosting morale and shipping product.Read Case Study
Flatiron Health needed to hire 100 software engineers in one year but was constrained by the number of existing team members available to conduct interviews.Read Case Study
Explore perspectives on the power of live technical interviews from engineering leadership at Roblox, talent acquisition leadership at Ethos Life, the Interview Engineer, and the candidate.Read White Paper
Code tests seem like an efficient way to assess candidates at the top of the hiring funnel. Yet, code tests rely heavily on absolute completeness and correctness, which can filter out as many as 1 in 3 developers.Read White Paper
As remote job listings proliferate and organizations extend work from home policies, engineering teams are opening up their technical recruiting pipelines. Here are the next 10 markets for remote developer hiring in 2021 based on the percentage of candidates that achieve top scores in Karat interviews.Read Report
Software engineering talent is a driving force of growth in today’s economy -- a fact which COVID-19 has made undeniable. Yet, many organizations feel they are unable to conduct the number of interviews with the quality required to reach their hiring targets. This is called the Interview Gap.Read Report
Shannon Hogue, Head of Solutions Engineering at Karat, shares data and insights from over 70,000 technical interviews that explore technical recruiting best practices, worst practices, and downright ugly practices across the industry. Tips for how to make tech recruiting more predictive, fair, and enjoyable at every stage.
Tech recruiting operations leaders from Datadog and Pinterest share their best practices for creating structured, reliable processes for hiring software engineers.
As more high-growth businesses turn to remote interviews to keep pace with hiring goals, Lus Mendel shares the art and science of Interview Engineering: conducting technical interviews that are fair, predictive, and enjoyable. Lus discusses good technical interview questions and formats, the problems with technical homework assignments and code tests, and how to get the most signal out of your live technical interviews for software engineers and developers.
Zach van Schouwen, VP Engineering, Karat shares best practices for conducting a technical interview that is fair, predictive and enjoyable based on his experience conducting thousands of interviews for Karat, Google, and more at CTO Connection Denver.
Technical Recruiting: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
How to Build World-class Tech Recruiting Operations
Virtual CTO Summit: Better Technical Interviews
The Art and Science of Predictive Technical Interviews
Engineering the Technical Interview