Roles · Android Developers

How to Test Android Developers

If you’re looking to hire Android developers, you need a way to assess your applicants. With CodeSubmit, you can set up Android developer interview tests that make the process easy for you. With a “real-world” Android developer test, you understand how your candidates would perform on the job -- and you identify those candidates who are the best fit for your team.

Use CodeSubmit’s Android developer skill tests to test important skills like:

  • Java 
  • Kotlin

You can test for 50+ frameworks and languages and choose the ones you need for your mobile developer. Some of the languages and frameworks that CodeSubmit supports are:

How to Test Android Developers

What to look for in an Android developer 

Use an Android developer test to see how candidates would perform on the job, with the same tasks that they would work on as part of your team. If you want to see what tasks look like, try a demo assignment here. 

Your candidates should have:

  • Experience in Android programming languages, Kotlin and Java
  • An understanding of Android SDK 
  • Knowledge of Android NDK and architectural patterns - MVP, MVVM
  • Experience in working with APIs 
  • An understanding of Android UI Knowledge of offline storage, threading, and performance tuning
  • Knowledge of Android open-source ecosystems

Use CodeSubmit Android skill tests to test Android developers for these and other important skills, such as:

Git & Version Control
CI/CD - Continuous Integration & Continuous Deployment
Data Structures & Algorithms
Testing & Debugging
TDD- Test Driven Development
Design Patterns
OOP - Object Oriented Programming
Database Design
Data Modeling
Security & Encryption
API Design
Cloud Computing
Performance Optimization
Monitoring & Logging

No braindead code challenges just real-world tasks for real-world engineers. That's why we at Finn love CodeSubmit.

Andreas Stryz
Andreas Stryz
Andreas Stryz