Next.js Coding Assignments on CodeSubmit
Looking to hire devs familiar with Next.js? Send your candidates a Next.js hiring test to complete remotely, using their own tools and workflows. CodeSubmit provides a library of real-world Next.js coding tests paired with a best-in-class candidate experience. Hire your next dev with confidence.
Identify Top Next.js Candidates
Evaluate Next.js coding skills
Find the right Next.js candidate for your team. CodeSubmit makes it easy to create, track, and evaluate Next.js take-home coding challenges. Brain teasers won't help you determine how well your candidate writes code. Our coding challenges will.
Create a great candidate experience
Candidates dislike whiteboard interviews. CodeSubmit’s take-home coding assignments are a candidate-friendly and asynchronous alternative to whiteboarding and pair-programming. Build your employer brand and hire the best talent in your industry. Never receive a horrendous glassdoor interview from a disgruntled candidate again. We are committed to your and your candidates' experience.
How it works
Create an account, select a Next.js challenge from our library or upload your own, and start inviting candidates. Our collaboration features keep everyone informed, and our review features make identifying top performers easy. Quickly and accurately identify qualified candidates, and hire the right person for the job.
Real tasks, not brainteasers.
Our library of real-world tasks gives you an accurate measure of every candidate’s coding skills, whilst providing them with a fair and considerate interview experience.
- Real engineering tasks:
- With coding challenges that simulate real work, CodeSubmit is helping the best engineering teams hire faster, smarter, and more equitably.
- Extensive Library:
- Choose from hundreds of coding challenges, from junior to senior architect, covering all major programming languages and frameworks -- or upload your own.
- Natural candidate experience:
- Our innovative GIT-based workflow allows candidates to work on their own machines, with their own tools, and in their own time.