We try to keep this process as objective as possible. To do that, we have quantified several variables that will ultimately help sponsors make objective job offers.
Here (opens in a new tab) you can see the general ranking and the metrics of most of the candidates who have passed through Autonomic Jump. If you click on any user, you can see more detailed metrics. Most of the metrics have a self-explanatory name and even a help bubble. Shall you have any doubt about either of those, please do not hesitate to contact your recruiter.
If you happen to be part of the
Autonomic Jump Pool,
you will be able to see your metrics,
as well as the ones of the other people currently in the process,
here (opens in a new tab).
You can keep tracking of your metrics on the following page:
Just replace your
with the nickname given to you by your recruiter.
You can ask him/her to give it to you.
It is very important for all parties
to measure your hourly dedication to the process fairly.
Please remember that we will pay1 you
per hour that you log into the system,
independently of whether you uploaded any solution or not.
This metric is internally known as
Only you and we will have access to it.
It is not a public one.
We will measure your dedication through time-tracking software. It is very important that you log all the time you are dedicated to our process, be it: reading documentation, installing software, learning commands, watching videos that will help you to solve a challenge, solving challenges, making changes to be able to upload the challenge, and so on.
It is mistaken to turn off your time-logging system when you are performing tasks necessary to solve and upload the challenge and then turn it on only when you are uploading your solution. It has to be on all time that you spend in our process.
Each challenge is contained within a folder in our repository.
Within each folder, there are all the solutions
to that challenge made by other candidates in different languages
(we refer to this as an
and another file named
containing links to solutions
to that challenge available on the internet
(we refer to this as an
unique solution means that you uploaded
a solution to a challenge
in a language that did not have any
For more details, please refer to
This is one of our most important metrics
and shows how long it takes you to upload a unique challenge
(in other words, how fast you learn something new).
It is the ratio between
The lower the number, the better.
Please do not get obsessed with lowering the metric at any cost. We actually strongly encourage you to forget about it and just carry on at your own pace. What is important to us is to see that, in the middle term, the number gets lower over time.
This metric shows us how many attempts you had to make before you successfully uploaded your first solution. In other words, it shows us your resilience and tolerance to frustration. Here we are not looking for a specific number, we just want to see how the number evolves over time.