Why should you use a TypeScript test?
When hiring for a TypeSpring developer, most recruiters will set criteria based on qualifications and relevant experience, but this doesn't differentiate for level of skill - which makes screening more complicated.
Candidates also have to show that they understand the additional layers of editor-like applications that are used in TypeScript - and when they are most appropriate to use in the workplace.
By using the TypeScript test, hiring teams can filter through candidates based on the skills they demonstrate, and recruiters can use the quantifiable and unbiased data to ensure that they are only choosing the top performers.
The TypeScript test would be useful when hiring for other roles too, including:
The candidate can take the test at home and in their own time. The recruitment team can administer it to a large number of candidates at the same time, which makes this screening stage faster and more efficient, and provides reliable data about which candidates are most suitable for the TypeScript role that is advertised.