January 29, 2014
Bangalore-based tech recruiting company in global top-20 for $500,000 investment award Jan 29, 2014: Bangalore based HackerEarth, a product company in the tech recruitment space, today announced that it has won the Seedstarsworld regional competition from India of a field of more than 50 startups. Along with the recognition of “Best early stage startup in […]
November 1, 2013
As cumbersome as it might sound, you can somewhat relate to companies that have numerous rounds of interviews. You want to be absolutely sure about whom you're hiring and it is only through multiple interactions that you will get to know about a candidate’s aptitude and attitude. It’s straightforward really, - you don’t want a […]
October 7, 2013
MySQL – Primary data store At HackerEarth, we use MySQL database as the primary data store. We have experimented with a few NoSQL databases on the way, but the results have been largely unsatisfactory. The distributed databases like MongoDB or CouchDB aren't very scalable or stable. Right now, our status monitoring services use RethinkDB for […]
August 5, 2013
This is one of the coolest and most important things we recently built at HackerEarth. What's so cool about it? Just have a little patience, you will soon find out. But make sure you read till the end 🙂 I hope to provide valuable insights into the implementation of a Continuous Deployment System(CDS). At HackerEarth, […]
June 5, 2013
After a long journey with Django, you come to a place where you feel the need to get some asynchronous tasks done without any human supervision. Some tasks need to be scheduled to run once at a particular time or after some time, and some tasks have to be run periodically like crontab. One such […]
March 20, 2013
This might take a while, so go and grab some popcorn. At HackerEarth, we strongly believe in open source. Why not? That's where our roots are. We use open-source software, hack it according to our needs, and create something amazing out of it. At the same time, we are not scared of writing a seemingly complex […]