Microsoft recently launched Skype Interviews as a way for employers and job candidates to connect for remote coding interviews. With a built-in code editor next to the video feed, Skype Interviews already tackled one major hurdle posed by such interviews, but Microsoft is now rounding out the experience with a few more additions.
Perhaps the biggest new feature is support for group video calls. Says Microsoft:
Additionally, participants can now take a snapshot of any code that has been written. Clicking a new "Download" button will now save the code to your PC. A chat interface, complete with support for uploading files and media, is also now built in, appearing to the right of the code editor.
Lastly, five new programming languages are supported during interviews: PHP, F#, Go, Rust and TypeScript.
Skype Interviews is certainly an interesting, if niche, service. If you're interested in experimenting with Skype Interviews, you can check the service out at Microsoft.
Get the Windows Central Newsletter
All the latest news, reviews, and guides for Windows and Xbox diehards.