CodeFights is a technology company aiming to change the way people discover, assess and develop talent. It uses core game mechanics and automated skill assessment tools to help its users compare and improve their skills as well as find new job opportunities.
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
34 (est)+4%
CodeFights was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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CodeFights Office Locations

CodeFights has offices in San Francisco and Saint Petersburg
San Francisco, US (HQ)
300 720 Market St
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CodeFights Financials and Metrics

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CodeFights's latest funding round in November 2016 was reported to be $10 m. In total, CodeFights has raised $15 m
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CodeFights News and Updates

This startup wants to help programmers get hired based on their coding skills rather than their résumés

CodeFights is offering a new system called CodeFightsR that's designed to help companies improve their recruiting and hiring processes.  Companies can use CodeFightsR to evaluate candidates based on their skills rather than their résumés   You don't need an Ivy League education, a degree from on…

Tech Job Interview Red Flags: 7 Things Great Candidates Never Do

If you assign a skills-based challenge during a tech interview, don't just assess task completion. Also evaluate how the candidate behaves during the process.

CodeFights launches a new practice mode to help developers prepare for job interviews

 Most job interviews for developers are somewhat predictable in that they will likely involve some kind of coding — generally on a whiteboard. That’s not really how developers normally work. Because they are so different from most developers’ real-world experience, even the best coders need to pract…

Why I quit whiteboard-style tech interviews

GUEST: Phred needed a job, and we were hiring, woohoo! Because we knew him through a mutual friend, the interview process began casually, with a “get to know you” cup of coffee. After the initial meeting, he submitted his resume — and it was anything but ordinary. Rather than using Microsoft Word or…
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