A Community Of Engineering Pioneers

WeAreEngineer.com empowers engineers through community collaboration, career guidance, and practical learning experiences.
WeAreEngineer.com empowers engineers through community collaboration, career guidance, and practical learning experiences.

About the product

Main idea

AI in WeAreEngineer.com helps in tailoring content and resources based on user preferences and learning needs. It assists in connecting members with the most relevant experts and insights to optimize their learning and career growth.

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WeAreEngineer.com functions as an educational and career-oriented platform for engineers by facilitating connections, learning, and sharing. The platform collaborates with industry professionals and educational institutions to offer workshops, competitions, and hands-on experiences directly on college campuses.

Users can join the community to ask questions, find solutions, and learn from experienced engineers. By addressing the skills gap and providing job opportunities, the platform strives to empower engineers in various tier cities to reach their full potential in their careers.

Key features

  • Community Collaboration: Connect with fellow engineers, share insights, and grow together.
  • Workshops and Competitions: Participate in educational events and practical skills workshops organized on college campuses.
  • Career Support: Access job opportunities, industry trends, and expert guidance to advance your engineering career.
  • Resource Sharing: Utilize shared resources and benefit from knowledge exchange within the community.
  • Job Insurance: Gain job security support through our employment assistance initiatives.




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Test the skills on real cases

Potis works on automated behavioral interviews.
Candidates will be asked to give examples of how they handled situations in a real case.

Scenario environment

You are a Project Manager at Experlogix, a global software company specializing in Configure Price Quote (CPQ) solutions. You are currently leading a team of solution consultants, architects, team leads, and support team members. The company has recently acquired a new client in the life sciences industry who wants to implement the CPQ software for their complex configurable products and services. The project will involve both a waterfall-based discovery and solution design phase, followed by Agile-based modelling sprints. The client has high expectations for a seamless implementation and expects the project to be delivered within a specific timeframe and budget.

Role specificity

As the Project Manager, you are responsible for leading the project team and ensuring the successful delivery of the CPQ implementation. You have the authority to make decisions regarding project planning, resource allocation, and stakeholder management. You will work closely with solution consultants, architects, team leads, and support team members to define and develop appropriate solutions while managing expectations to deliver an incredible customer experience.",


Build your ideal assessment

Add a job description and the required skills, the service will automatically generate interview questions and create a case.

Anti cheat way to assess

Unlike online-tests, it’s impossible to prepare for behavioral case structured interview.
AI question

Clear & bias free talent scoring

Get useful information about every candidate: by hard/ soft skills, strengths and weaknesses.

01. Technical Skills:

  • Software development methodologies (e.g., Agile, Scrum, Waterfall)
  • Programming languages, databases, and other relevant technologies
  • Software testing and quality assurance
  • Software architecture and system design

02. Strengths:

  • Lead and communicate: clearly define goals, motivate teams, and resolve issues.
  • Plan and organize: keep projects on track, manage resources, and meet deadlines.
  • Solve and adapt: troubleshoot problems, manage risks, and adjust to change.

03. Weaknesses:

  • Limited technical depth: difficulty with complex technical issues or developer communication.
  • Micromanaging tendencies: stifles creativity and reduces morale.
  • Scope creep and conflict: challenges managing changing priorities and resolving disagreements.