On the consumer side, when a programmer submits a solution to a programming challenge, their submission is scored on the accuracy of their output. Programmers are then ranked globally on the HackerRank leaderboard and earn badges based on their accomplishments to drive competition among users. In addition to individual programming challenges, HackerRank also hosts contests (often referred to by HackerRank as “CodeSprints”) where users compete on the same programming challenges during a set period of time and are then ranked at the conclusion of the event.
QualityKiosk engineers participated in a HackerRank event and collectively score more than 1 Lac and thus qualified for dinner with our Technology Head Krishna Padave and Solution Architect Nilesh Chaudhari.
Kudis to our team and many more celebrations yet to come!