InterviewStreet Rebrands to HackerRankX, Integrates Hiring and Coding Platform

InterviewStreet is rebranding to HackerRankx, that will combine the two brands company has built : HackerRank (coding challenges) and InterviewStreet (hiring solution).

How to get into YCombinator [Interview with Interviewstreet]

Interviewstreet is the first Indian startup to get in to YCombinator Program. If you are a startup planning to apply for the next batch at YCombinator’s incubation programe, know what it takes to make it there, what does Paul Graham…

(Vinod) Khosla Ventures To Invest In Interviewstreet [?]

Interviewstreet, the startup that demoed at UnPluggd3 and later joined YCombinator batch has signed up a term sheet with Khosla Ventures (Vinod Khosla announced the same at Techcrunch Disrupt event)*. Interviewstreet, as we have profiled earlier on Pluggd.in helps companies…

Start #2: InterviewStreet – Helping Companies Screen Developers With Programming Tests

Developers spend a lot of time interviewing candidates based on just resume which we all know is just a blob of text. Interviewstreet helps companies create programming challenges and evaluate the actual coding skills of the candidates before interviewing them.  InterviewStreet…

FindMyCoaching Helps You Find Coaching Classes that Best Fit Your Aspiration

FindMyCoaching is a platform for students to discover coaching centres for competitive exams within their city.

HackerEarth Wants to Be Where Developers Hangout, Find Jobs & Connect

Head over to HackerEarth, a community of developers where developers of all kinds can connect with each other, find other like minded developers and discover exciting job opportunities.

Hey Hacker! Want to Intern at Twitter?

Young hackers looking to intern at one of the hottest Internet company, here’s your chance. Hackerrank, a portal launched by Interview Street, where hackers can prove their mettle is launching a hacking contest on 6 April.

Fast and the Furious Indian Startups of 2012 [Dabangg2 Edition]

While the earlier list focused mainly on startups that have found product-market fit (and are growing strong), the current one brings companies that have found business-market fit, i.e. driven by sales/customer support and not just the product alone.