What’s New in January 2023: Introducing R Language Support, Security Updates & More


With the new year come new CodeInterview features to help you screen and evalute technical talent. Here’s a summary of our latest updates:

Introducing R language support and other new libraries

  • R language support for version 4.0.3
  • Ruby autocomplete added
  • Pytorch 1.12.1 support in Python 3 for machine learning
  • Miniconda support in Python 3 to install any library except for plotting libraries
  • Async await feature for Typescript to better support promises
  • New JQ command line tool to parse JSON

Want to try these out? Scroll down on the languages tab to select them under the ‘Core’ option:


Bug fixes and other improvements

As usual, we squashed some bugs and introduced multiple performance improvements to make your CodeInterview experience better.

Developer Skill Assessment Tool

Among others, we introduced the TLS 1.2+ security patch protocol to make our platform more secure and made Open Ended Questions readable in public reports in our coding assessment tool RemoteInterview.

In addition, we have released a fix for our multi-file languages to prevent 504 errors and interview interruptions. This is exciting since it brings us one step closer to our full release!

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