I just started a new job, and I've received a few invitations to interview at other companies since beginning. I don't want to leave my job yet, as I'm just getting started and I really like it, but I don't want to close the door on some of these recruiters for future opportunities that may exist.
The first step in many of these job applications is an online assessment of coding ability, and the next step would be onsite.
In a year or two, I would like to have the option to reach out to the recruiters that reached out to me, and ask to start the process up again. How far along in the interviewing process must I go so that the recruiter would want to put me back into the pipeline?
Additionally, how far is too far? If I have little intention of accepting an offer, when should I pull out of the interview process?