I am currently interviewing for a software engineer position at a company I am really excited about. I recently had a technical interview with two engineers and have a team fit interview still to come. Prior to the technical interview I was given a code test, part of which involved a framework that I do not know well. I did my best to work through it but was not able to get a complete solution for that section.
In the interview they praised the work that I had finished and gave me some constructive feedback on the incomplete section. After the interview I studied the unfamiliar framework some more, went back to the code challenge, and was able to complete it.
I'm considering pushing the changes to the test repository and emailing the engineers, thanking them for the code feedback they gave me. My concern is that this will come off as awkward or pandering. The interviewers did genuinely give me very insightful feedback, both positive and negative. Of course, I'd also like to try and make up for not finishing the code test by demonstrating that I am a quick and motivated learner.
Any advice on how I should follow up would be much appreciated.