Take-home coding tests and not respecting candidates' time?
As part of the interview process with several companies, I've had to submit a take-home coding exercise. Generally, I prefer these to on-the-fly coding tests since it's far less stressful. However, in the majority of cases I've been rejected after submitting the code with little feedback on what the company didn't like about it. Does anyone have experience pushing back on these? The most recent one I did took almost 12 hours so it was in no way trivial, and if I invest this amount of time I think I deserve a follow-up interview, at the very least for a code review. As professionals we deserve better.