Programming Skills: Use these sample phrases to craft meaningful performance evaluations, drive change and motivate your workforce.

Programming Skills is the ability to use technical languages, tools, and operating systems professionally in the workplace.

Programming Skills: Exceeds Expectations Phrases

  • Demonstrates exceptional knowledge in using appropriate programming languages to edit and query data in database management systems
  • Creates impressive web pages using appropriate web design techniques and programming paradigms
  • Excels at using appropriate programming languages to build standalone applications
  • Demonstrates in-depth knowledge and exceptional ability to use cross-platform programming languages
  • Takes pride in building and compiling programs that execute without any errors
  • Always thinks outside the box and automates processes by developing programs that improve efficiency
  • Moves beyond existing applications and comes up with new applications that improve operations
  • Takes pride in building concepts quickly and with least code
  • Considers the needs of all users when designing a new program
  • Possesses multiple certifications in a wide range of programming languages

Programming Skills: Meets Expectations Phrases

  • Demonstrates willingness to follow and learn the latest trends in programming
  • Eager to participate in continuing education opportunities related to programming
  • Knows how to check for errors when a program fails to work as expected
  • Meets most deadlines when designing programs and makes an effort to work under pressure
  • Makes a rough plan of the program structure before typing the code and often refers to existing codes for guidance
  • Shows willingness to work in a team when designing complex programs
  • Relies on existing research to improve existing programs to meet the needs of most users
  • Demonstrates willingness to learn more about using programming languages to edit and query data in database management systems
  • Shows interest to learn how to create more impressive web pages using appropriate web design techniques and programming paradigms
  • Puts extra effort to build and compile programs that execute with minimal errors

Programming Skills: Needs Improvement Phrases

  • Demonstrates little knowledge on how to use cross-platform programming languages
  • Often fails to consider the needs of most users when designing a new program
  • Demonstrates little creativity and hardly creates new programs to improve efficiency
  • Demonstrates little willingness to follow and learn the latest trends in programming
  • Possesses a negative attitude towards continuing education opportunities related to programming
  • Does not know how to check for errors when a program fails to work as expected
  • Rarely meets deadlines when designing programs and lacks the ability to work under pressure
  • Shows unwillingness to work in a team when designing complex programs
  • Demonstrates little willingness to learn how to use programming languages to edit and query data in database management systems
  • Shows little interest to learn how to create more impressive web pages using appropriate web design techniques and programming paradigms

Programming Skills: Self Evaluation Questions

  • Can you describe your experience with using cross-platform programming languages?
  • What do you to ensure that your programming skills are current?
  • How do you handle errors in your code when a program fails to execute?
  • Have you ever attempted to create a program from scratch? Which challenges did you face?
  • Can you describe an instance where your application failed to execute? What did you do to solve the problem?
  • Can you explain how your favorite program works in layman's language?
  • Can you describe a time when you saved time by designing a program to automate a process?
  • Describe a situation when you were working under pressure and your program was not running. What did you do?
  • Can you explain your approach when creating a new program? Which steps do you follow?
  • Have you ever made suggestions that improved an existing program?