SudoRank question that helps to assess Linux skills of a candidate. When a candidate takes a test comprising SudoRank questions, we set up their own sandbox Linux virtual machine to log in remotely. You can ask them to perform whatever tasks you like: install a package, create a file with certain contents, or perform an action with a specific tool like grep.
You can write a script to score the performance of candidates, or rely on the session playback of the session to grade the test subjectively. The video playback feature allows you to view if a candidate checked a manpage, or knew how a tool worked from memory.
When a candidate is viewing a SudoRank problem, this problem statement is displayed alongside the login credentials and an SSH command for logging into the Linux virtual machine. The in-browser code editor does not exist for the SudoRank questions, which differs from other question types where the candidate views the problem statement and enters their solution on the same page.
Learn how to make a SudoRank question here.