If you’ve ever tried to debug a production memory leak in Rails, you’ve probably used dev tools like rack mini profiler, derailed, rbtrace, or memory profiler.  One of the inherent problems for a dev is that memory leaks that appear in production can be maddeningly difficult to replicate in a dev environment. We run Interviewed on Heroku with New […]

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Most managers try to hard to create interview questions that will help them identify candidates who will be happy at the company and do great work. Sometimes, though, they come up with interview questions that seem odd or downright crazy. We asked a group of hiring managers for their favorite interview question and an explanation of why […]

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We deploy new versions of Interviewed several times a day. Because of the way deploys work on Heroku, each of those updates caused request to queue for about 10-15 seconds after each deploy. For most users, that’s just a minor annoyance, but for job candidates who were completing a phone or video interview, that often […]

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While we’ve been hard at work changing the landscape of hiring assessments and digital interviewing, we’ve also been busy integrating. Behind the scenes, our engineering team hit a notable milestone by completing our Oracle Gold Level PartnerNetwork integration. Oracle Taleo has over 50% market share in the applicant tracking space, and this enterprise-level integration allows Interviewed to develop specializations […]

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Robinhood recently announced their “Instant” program to remove the 3-day waiting period for deposits.  The marketing department decided to seize the chance for a familiar growth hack: Make a waiting list Let users move up the list by inviting a friend I’ve often wondered how well these strategies works and now I have data: At the […]

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