How does Turing’s vetting process work?

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Turing has created the first and only Intelligent Talent Cloud using machine learning to vet remote developers to a Silicon Valley bar. Turing tests developers based upon their actual skills vs. self-reported experience from traditional resumes or job interviews.

The rigorous vetting process is designed to select the top 1% of remote developers. Every developer at Turing has to clear tests for programming languages, data structures, algorithms, system designs, software specialization, frameworks, and more.

Each of the Turing developers also goes through an automated seniority assessment test comprising 57 calibrated questions in 5 areas — project impact, engineering excellence, communication, people, and direction.

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