Just came across this site today:
I haven’t tried it yet but it sounds interesting.
Practice interviews with engineers from top companies, anonymously.
Become awesome at interviews, get fast-tracked at amazing companies, and land your next job, all in one place.
They also say that they are free and will always be free.
It’s always hard to know how to prepare for a technical interview when you are trying to get your foot in the door. Different companies also handle their interviews differently. Different positions will also require different questions based on the technologies they use. It can be overwhelming! If this site is all they say they are, then it’s an awesome place to practice and get comfortable answering technical questions.
When signing up, I get this message, so maybe they are limiting their users:
Thank you! We’re in private beta for now, but we’ll email you when you’re up!
In the meantime, if you haven’t done many technical interviews in the wild and aren’t sure what to expect, we recommend practicing on Interview Cake.There, you can work on algorithmic problems at your own pace and get nice hints as you go.
To give you an idea about what to expect on interviewing.io, so far our platform focuses on CS fundamentals, data structures, and algorithms, similar to the kinds of topics you might see in a real technical interview at a top company for a backend or full-stack role.
Worth checking out!