How to Build AI-Enabled Engineering Interviews
Wednesday, October 25th @ 10am PT | 1pm ET
The engineers of tomorrow will have access to powerful, potentially disruptive AI-based tools. Join our upcoming webinar to learn how to build engineering interviews that assess your engineering candidates’ true ability, regardless of whether they’re leveraging AI tools on the job.
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Learn from seasoned experts on the topic, Jason Wodicka, Principal Engineering Advocate, and Don Gannon-Jones, VP of Content, at Karat, as they unpack how to structure your engineering interviews to account for new developments in generative AI.
Watch the on-demand webinar if you want to:
- Identify the core competencies you need to be interviewing for when evaluating engineering candidates, irrespective of whether the candidate used genAI tools or not.
- Find out how to structure your interview to get a confident signal on the candidate’s true capabilities with and without AI tooling.
- Gain helpful tips and resources for incorporating AI-powered tools into your engineering interviews to reflect the actual on-the-job use of genAI.
Principal Engineering Advocate
VP of Content
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