HackerEarth is the hub for programmers to practice and improve their programming skills, compete in coding challenges/hackathons and showcase their profile. Businesses use HackerEarth to build developer relations and create a talent pipeline.
HackerEarth has built a proprietary code evaluation engine that allows programmers to write code in the browser and automatically evaluates it in real-time. HackerEarth regularly conducts a variety of hackathons ranging from basic domains like Algorithms to advanced concepts like AI and Machine learning. Based on the activity of the programmers, HackerEarth is able create an accurate skill graph for them, which is used to recommend jobs and other opportunities to programmers.
As with any growing startup, there is no restriction to the work that you should be doing at HackerEarth. You will have verticals that you will completely own, but that shouldn't restrict you. Developers teaching marketers programming and sales people providing design inputs is a common sight at HackerEarth. Everyone here is an owner of the company and we are always open to hearing people who can help us become better.
You will not be assigned tasks, you will be entrusted with them. How every team member performs, is directly consequential to the company’s growth, and you will be expect to do your work as if you were the founder of the company. There will be very little supervision, but you will be held accountable for the work that is entrusted on you.
There are no steadfast rules - we don’t care about what you wear (as long as you’re clothed), how you work, or if you swear a lot (you’ll have company). We respect hard workers, quick learners, passionate people, perfectionists and intrinsically curious people. You will see shades of these characteristics in everyone who works at HackerEarth. We also urge our employees to be physically fit.
And we have loads of fun.
We believe that all work and no play makes jack a dull boy. Team outings, movie nights, impromptu guitar and singing during office hours, hours of loud music, to team gaming face offs (AOE, counter strike, need for speed and the works!).
If you’re a foodie, consider HackerEarth heaven. Not only will you spoilt with an unlimited (these limits are often tested) supply of food, you will also be surrounded by people who know and love food. There are strong opinions about just about everything here and there are often fights about it. But at the end of the day, you will make friends for life here.