Hire OCaml developers remotely within 4 days

Companies can now hire OCaml developers remotely with Turing. Hire now and spin up your dream engineering team with Turing’s AI-powered deep-vetting talent platform that uses AI to source, vet, match, and manage 3 million+ developers worldwide.

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  3. Schedule interviews

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Hire deeply vetted OCaml developers at half the cost

OCaml, previously known as Objective Caml, is a globally used general-purpose and multi-paradigm programming language. It extends the Caml dialect of Machine Learning with object-oriented programming features. First introduced in the 90s, the programming language has undergone several updates over the years. It offers several safety features, error recovery features, and support for different data types. Over the years, the programming language has become a mainstay among developers, increasing its value and use across industries. Based on the importance of the language in the current landscape, hiring top OCaml coders has become an essential task for companies. Organizations around the world are trying to hire OCaml developers with prior experience of working with the language.

OCaml as a programming language offers several benefits to developers. The language offers a powerful type system along with parametric polymorphism and type inference. It also helps to define operations without having to explicitly provide type parameters and results. Using OCaml, coders can also take advantage of working with user-definable algebraic data types and pattern-matching. It also comes with automatic memory management using a fast and unobtrusive incremental garbage collector. Furthermore, the language also offers a sophisticated module system along with expressive object-oriented layers. The ability to build digital solutions utilizing such features has turned OCaml into an essential language in the tech industry. For this, companies around the world are always looking to hire the best OCaml engineers. Hiring OCaml developers with proven experience in leading teams and projects can offer a lot of advantages to fast-scaling enterprises.

Regardless of the high demand to hire OCaml developers, the recruitment process seems to be far from perfect. Recruiters often face challenges trying to identify top talent due to a lack of technical knowledge. Also, the rising trend of hiring remote OCaml developers has thrown newer challenges to companies.

So, what’s the solution? Is it possible to hire top OCaml coders quickly and in a cost-effective way without compromising on quality?

The answer is yes.

Turing offers companies top remote OCaml developers at half the price and within 4 days. We select the best remote OCaml developers after testing their expertise in areas like machine learning, object-oriented programming, related programming languages, database technologies, and more. We also check their expertise in working with remote teams, and interpersonal skills, among others.

Companies can now build a team of top remote OCaml software developers in just a few days with Turing.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The purpose of the two-week no-risk trial period is to start working with the developers and include them in the team. If you are satisfied with the developers, you keep working with them and pay their salary including the first two weeks. But, if you are not satisfied during the trial period, then you won’t pay anything.

Turing offers top-quality, cost-effective, and highly productive OCaml developers who belong to the top 1% of the world's remote developers. All Turing Mojolicious developers are selected only after going through a series of rigorous tests where their skills are evaluated for a Silicon Valley bar. Daily standups are mandatory for every Turing developer as they keep the developer and the customer in alignment with the discussed goal. All Turing remote OCaml developers work for at least 4 hours in your time zone for your convenience.

Turing’s automated seniority assessment test, algorithm coding interview, and automated vetting flow help companies hire remote engineers in a matter of days. Turing’s Intelligent Talent Cloud matches most companies with developers within 3 days.

Turing has created the first and only Intelligent Talent Cloud to vet remote developers for a Silicon Valley bar. Turing tests developers based upon actual skills vs. self-reported experience from traditional resumes or job interviews. Every developer at Turing has to clear our tests for programming languages, data structures, algorithms, system designs, software specialization, frameworks, and more. Each Turing developer goes through our automated seniority assessment test comprising 57 calibrated questions in 5 areas — project impact, engineering excellence, communication, people, and direction.

With Turing, you can hire the best remote developers for 100+ skills such as React, Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, DevOps, Machine Learning, etc. Turing also offers developers based on tech stack and seniority.

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