Hiring proccess is incredibly challenging. There are many sides to it, and one of the most expensive and time-consuming sides of it is testing the experience and qualifications of candidates. Therefore, we decided to build blockchain-based data exchange platform which help to improve this part of hiring proccess.
What it does
d.Uni comes as a course platform, that collects the data on how user behaves and performs while completing a course. Some of evaluated metrics are: time, spent on solving a problem; amount of attempts made, total amount of correct answers, and so on. For most apps, collecting usage data is a part of user agreement, but in our case user owns the data produced and has a choice not to share it. Companies can pay to access the shared data and build a machine learning model that spots the most suitable candidates for them.
How we built it
d.Uni is an Kotlin-based Android application. We have TypeScript-based backend, using OceanProtocol for storing test results and analytics.
Challenges we ran into
It was challenging to setup and configure technologies used by the backend. We also had to reconsider our initial topic because we found some weak points in our business model, but still we made it!
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We are proud that we have build an app prototype in a couple of days. We also did a great work as a team.
What we learned
We've learned to use the OceanProtocol for building blockchain-market.