Coding take-homes for your ATS.

Find the best candidates with take-home projects you can review without running code.

Paircast records developers' screen, video, and code changes while they complete 1-hour coding projects. Integrates into your ATS and lets you review sessions straight from your browser.

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Bring tech interviews back to reality.

Paircast take-home projects help you understand how developers perform in a real work environment.

Quickly review take-home projects without running the code yourself.

Create a balanced playing field that rewards aptitude.

See how developers perform with a home-field advantage.

Streamlined technical take-homes for your Applicant Tracking System (ATS).

Paircast developer assessment platform provides
the insight of a take-home with the agility of coding puzzles.

Screen Recording

High-resolution desktop video lets you see everything developers do during the test.

Code Changes

Capture every line of code developers write. Use git blame and transcripts to jump from code to video and back.


Hear developers talk about their solutions. Search full voice transcriptions.

Video (optional)

Ensure your test is was completed by the right person. Developers have the option of enabling their webcam.

How it works

Paircast is designed to integrate seamlessly into your ATS and to fade into the background as developers work.

Desktop app that works everywhere.

It only takes a minute to get started. Paircast works with Mac and Windows and works unobtrusively in the background.

Your test is a secret until the developer hits "record."

When developers start the test, a prompt pops up and guides them through the challenge. As they code, Paircast tracks their work.

See developers' screen and code changes.

During setup, developers choose a directory where they work. Paircast tracks of all the file changes in that directory (and ignores anything from the .gitignore).

Watch the session replay right from your ATS.

Copy-and-paste code directlyfrom the screencast. Search for specific files or variables. You can git checkout code from any point in the video.