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Mission Interview - Coding Interview Bootcamp
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 12 Lessons (5h 14m) | Size: 1 GB

Learn the skills and techniques to survive the most grueling interviews in the world. The questions are annoying, but the jobs are worth it.
CRAMMING DAY AND NIGHT STUDYING ALGORITHMS AND THEORY DOESN'T WORK. YOU NEED A STRATEGY.
I've been there. In the middle of a fun conversation about the job I'm hoping to get, when all of a sudden... "so I'd like to ask you some coding questions now..." Here we go...
Tech companies - especially the bigger ones - offer some of the best jobs in the world, unfortunately their hiring practices absolutely suck.
You're expected to write code on a white board or a shared document, sometimes in a language you never use describing an algorithm you'll never implement! And it's supposed to compile!
It's absolutely infuriating but - and this is critical - the jobs tend to be worth it.
These companies want people willing to tackle any problem with joy and to check themselves when the going gets tough. You don't always get to choose the problems you'll face.
I made the video that I wished I had years ago, when applying at Microsoft, Avanade, Google and others - and now it's yours.
You'll have a solid strategy to get you through this process and in the door at some of the best jobs in the world.
SIMPLE DATA STRUCTURES
Arrays, maps, queues, trees and stacks - you will likely have to solve a problem that forces you to choose the most efficient data structure and then to explain how it works. There are always tradeoffs, do you know what they are?
BASIC ALGORITHMS
Sorting, traversing, structuring and destructuring - you'll need to be able to apply various algorithms to a given situation. You'll also need to be able to discuss their complexity in both space and time using Big-O notation.
HOW TO ASK QUESTIONS
As developers we like to solve problems. As seasoned programmers, however, we plan first, code second, so we ask a lot of questions. This is critical in an interview as sometimes these questions are purposely tricky!
Mission Interview - Coding Interview Bootcamp

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