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Show recruiters you're the best pick!


It's smart & simple,

like your code.


We’ve designed our skills assessment report as a business card created especially for developers by developers. Add it to your job applications and impress potential employers.

Analysis in 48 hours  ✔ No extra coding  ✔ Zip or Git

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Select your best code.

To ensure your code is analyzed accurately and we can judge your programming skills and coding style reliably, please follow these requirements carefully:

  • Python code analysis only.

  • Minimum of 500 lines (10k characters) in one single project.

  • No more than 40% of boilerplates.

  • Ensure the code submitted is original.


Also be sure that your code is production-ready and guarantee your success by doubling down on testing and debugging it.

Once you’re feeling confident in the quality of your code, it’s time to put it to the test. To get your code analyzed by Rankode, you can either upload a zipped project or connect to a project on your GitHub account. Our AI will then assess your code, giving you valuable feedback to help hone your skills to the next level.


Ready ? Click the “Start now” button below.

Yes, but...

What is analyzed in my code ?


Sample volume is the quantity of code you’ve submitted. We require a minimum of 500 lines for the code sample to be sufficient for review and assessment. 

Tip: This is an easy one to pass. The more code you provide, the more accurate the rank is.



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Get your report, now.

Assess your coding skills and shine!


We will use this email address to send your report, so make sure it's one you check regularly!

500 lines of code  ✔ Python code  ✔ Zip or Git



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Analysis in 48 hours
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Up to 20 reports a month
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“Sure, seems easy enough. But how do I land a job?”

To help you navigate the recruiting world,
we’ve prepared some True/False questions for you.

1. Sending my resume is enough. 


False. As a junior developer, your resume is hardly enough to attract recruiters’ attention. Most of the time, candidates have little experience and nothing to show that will make them pop. But you can show uniqueness! Recruiters love candidates that walk the extra mile. All it takes is an extra effort to create and publish short and production-ready coding projects. The benefits of a portfolio such as a GitHub account are numerous! You’ll stand out from the crowd, improve your skills and invest in your future as an IT specialist. Stand out from the competition and provide recruiters with a new piece of information about you: your Rankode report. Everything they need to know about your skills is in your code. It’s time to let it talk!

2. Companies don’t hire junior developers.


False. All companies need juniors! However, sourcers and recruiters spend a lot of time searching for Senior Devs because while they’re less challenging to identify, they’re more complex to attract. Additionally, most recruiting agencies are commissioned, and recruiting senior workers generate better revenues. But it’s impossible to run a company without junior developers; they’re the first layer of the IT workforce. Make sure you understand the field you want to work with and develop tools, designs, and concepts that your peers could use in their daily job.

3. Junior developers need to hop jobs to get promoted.


True... and false. It’s true because most promotions are granted to workers outside the company in today’s market. This favors job hoppers who will do a better job at selling their skills and mindsets to recruiters looking to hire the new rockstar. But it’s also a risky business with severe limitations. A little is good but too much can seriously damage your career. It takes an average of six months for an employee to be fully productive in a new position. In these conditions, employers and recruiters will see serial job hopping as a red flag. Why invest in recruiting someone who’s gonna leave in less than 18 months? To efficiently climb to the top, stay in your position for a minimum of two years and keep an open communication channel with your direction. Finally, the recruitment process is a two-way road. After a couple of years of experience, you’re no longer a newbie, but you’ve become a valuable asset to companies. Be demanding in the positions you approach, and select only your top employers. Along the way of your career, keep rating your code with Rankode and compare your reviews altogether. This will be a strong testimony of your professional growth and will go a long way to help you negotiate a better position within your company.


What if I'm not a Python developer?


At Rankode, we're hardcore AI developers, and we love Python. But we've heard from some of you that you'd like to review your skills in other programming languages.

Open to Ideas.

If you have a moment, please let us know which language you'd like us to integrate next.

Select your favorite(s):

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