The CodeSignal Platform
CodeSignal is an assessment platform for developers by developers. If you were invited to complete a test on the CodeSignal platform, read on to learn what you can do to be prepared for your test and let your skills shine!
This handy guide will cover:
- Supported browsers
- CodeSignal coding environment
Step 1: Verify you are using an up-to-date supported browser
To avoid unnecessary headaches on the day of your interview, check your browser version and make sure it is the most up-to-date version available. The article below will inform you about which browsers are supported.
Step 2 (Optional): Get familiar with the Coding Environment
You can set up an account in CodeSignal as a developer and then complete coding challenges to familiarize yourself with the IDE. You can even practice for your technical interviews in the Interview Practice module. If you have the time and want to hone your skills before the interview, follow the steps below.
1. Go to CodeSignal and click the For Developers tab.
2. If you are new to CodeSignal, go ahead and Sign Up. If you are a returning developer, click the Log In button.
3. Once you are logged in, you can access the Arcade to brush up on your coding skills and complete challenges. Simply hover over the CodeSignal icon to see Arcade in the drop-down menu.
4. Click on a task to enter the IDE. You can customize the IDE to code in a more comfortable environment. In the top right corner of the IDE, you can change the coding language and settings to adjust the theme, font size, auto-brackets, etc. The Read Me icon in the toolbar on the left side of the IDE contains helpful information regarding languages and verdicts.