Coding Interview Crash Course
This course is focused on helping you get through the grueling interview process at larger tech companies like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon and more. Learn the skills and techniques to survive the most grueling interviews in the world. The questions are annoying, but the jobs are worth it.
Lesson 1: Welcome!
This is a quick introduction to what this production is all about and what (I hope) you'll learn. Please watch it! There are some supplies you'll need to get and some mental space you'll need to clear if you're to get the most out of this production. Also: you need to set yourself a schedule. I go through all of that in this video.
Lesson 2: Discussing Your Code with Big-O
This is a free video I created for my YouTube channel but fits perfectly right here, at the beginning... Many developers are stumped when asked if the time complexity of their code can be described and/or improved. This is where understanding Big O notation comes in!
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Now the fun starts! We have our data structures and now we need to focus on the algorithms we’re likely to be asked about in an interview. But that’s not enough! What you really need to do is to be able to tease out the strategy that you’ll need to use in combination with your data structures and algorithms. That will help you answer almost any interview question.
Lesson 1: Getting Your Head In The Right Place
You're not going to make it through this section unless you have the right frame of mind. Simply wanting a job isn't enough - you need to calm yourself and focus.
Screener questions tend to have a bit more broad and, typically, based on your experience... sometimes not. Think about how you would answer this one about databases.
Sometimes a potential interviewer will 'cosplay' with you - pretending that you work at the company and seeing how you might solve one of their realworld problems.
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Don't hate me... and PLEASE don't skip this video. Let's walk through Fibonacci together as a way of understanding how interviewers will flex and extend a single question to dig into your brain.
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Not all interview questions have to do with code - some are purely logical, designed to see how you would try and solve a really, really hard problem. Skeet couldn't figure this one out...