AUTHOROTY IN TECH TALENT
At its core, StackTrek is a talent analytics company specialized in assessing, analyzing, and improving software engineers capabilities.
FOCUS ON FUNDAMENTALS
World class software developers are characterized by high-level skills in the fundamental areas assessed by StackTrek’s Developer Examination. Those areas rely heavily on a person’s ability to think logically and systematically, analyze the problem statement and requirements, and reason about the solution.
Databases and web technologies may change, frameworks may change, game engines may change, methodologies and tooling may change, but coding fundamentals, and logical thinking skills, and debugging techniques have remained constant.
WORLD-CLASS PROGRAMMER STANDARD
The chosen fundamental knowledge areas being assessed by the StackTrek’s Developer Assessment Technology is based on the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Computer Science Curricula 2013. The Computer Science Curricula 2013 is formulated by a joint task force between ACM and the IEEE-CS (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – Computer Society). These two international organizations govern all degree programs related to computing, including but not limited to computer science, information technology, and software engineering.
Their guidelines seek to be international in scope and offer curricular and pedagogical guidance applicable to a wide range of institutions. Assessment that meets these guidelines are expected to produce world-class developers in the software development field. StackTrek’s Developer Assessment Technology evaluates the maximum number of software development-related measurable learning outcomes from the 1110 learning outcomes outlined in the Curricula 2013 Body of Knowledge (BOK)
FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE AREAS
FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE AREAS
StackTrek’s Developer Assessment Technology assess the following areas:
- Simple Expression
- Control Structures
- Parsing and Regex
- Error Handling
- Standard Library Usage
- Data Structures
- Object Oriented Programming
Software development is a very large field, and regardless of the type of software being written (enterprise applications, games, mobile apps, embedded systems, etc.), the common denominators are the programming fundamentals. Any type of non-trivial software being developed is guaranteed to make use of basics such as variables and computation, control structures, data structures, algorithms, and the standard library of programming language. on top of that, OOP is the paradigm primarily supported by most mainstream languages.
LET THEM SPEAK FOR US
In partnership with high performing team members per world class developer standards
It’s fun and rewarding, you get to experience perks and culture that are unique to this company in our City so far. Though there may be times of hardships or the pay may not be the greatest, it’s all worth it in the end. I learned how different it is working for a team and with a chain of command as opposed to working as a freelance developer. There’s ups and downs to both sides, I very much prefer being in a team.
I am grateful that StackTrek gives you plenty of opportunities to work with various projects with requirements that challenges your comprehension and solving skills. Also, the environment is great for working on tough projects and difficult hurdles on development because of it’s good work atmosphere. I have learned a lot from various projects I have worked on, aside from the knowledge of different technologies and new techniques that are very useful, I also improved my time management and development skills.
Working in StackTrek is really a good experience and a good starting point for my career as a software developer. I quickly learned working with clients, with a fully functional team. Also, I am grateful that I learned in StackTrek is the technology behind blockchain. I was given an opportunity to be part of a blockchain training.
Here in StackTrek I have met people I respect and enjoy collaborating with. I learned a lot, mostly how to work with teams.
How to communicate with my team effectively. And ST uses technologies that are updated so we are encouraged to learn them. Blockchain and web developing. I am interested in learning AI.
Working in StackTrek has been a solid experience so far. Mainly because of the people you get to work with.
I have learned a lot of stuff! Working with clients first hand has broadened my horizons on what the field of software development is all about. Working in a fully functional team has also helped my improve my skills technically and inter-personally.
I am currently handling the development of the donut economy system and I really poured a lot of thoughts in how to develop, improve and add lots of security measure to donut economy features. Mobile development is fun if the devices used for developing are also good.
So far what excites me are the people at work and my clients. They are so fun to work with and they really helped me grow and gain more experience.
I’m on mobile development both on iOS and Android since I’m using react-native. Although I do back end stuff like in feathersJS and nodejs, but I mainly spend most of my time on front end tasks. I’ve already used different kinds of UI frameworks on past projects such as native-base, material-ui, semantic-ui and others. I also taught myself in some design and layout principles in order for me to easily have an alternative in case a designer is not around.
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StackTrek applies proprietary technologies in assessing, analyzing, and improving software engineers capabilities, to recruit, train and manage programmers. Our clients include top-tier companies in block-chain, enterprise, internet and mobile technologies in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.