This course has one goal: teach you how to ace coding interviews and challenging coding questions confidently and effectively to maximize your chances at landing your dream job. All of the solutions are programmed using C#, one of the most popular languages in the world.
What types of questions do you find challenging on interviews? Maybe you dread the infamous binary search tree questions. Or perhaps linked lists are the bane of your existence. Balanced braces, anyone?
You’ll hear two voices in this course, one is mine and the other is that of a good friend, Eric Nersesian. Eric has a PhD in Informatics and specializes in software engineering and 3D graphics. With 12 years industry experience and 6 years as a professor at NJIT, he brings a myriad of knowledge and experience to this course.
On Udemy, you will find plenty of courses that teach you how to code. However, finding a course that teaches you how to ace interview problems for programming and teaches you how to approach each question is rare, and that is what this course is. There is no one, two, or three step approach to acing a coding interview. Don’t believe the books and videos that tell you they will land you a dream job in a specific number of steps. Coding is hard, and it takes a lot of practice to get good at it. Moreover, interviews usually put a time limit on a question, so you might have 30 minutes to solve a question that would take most people a few hours at best.
In this course, Eric and I don’t jump right to the keyboard after reading a question. We break down the problem and plan an approach – usually more than one approach – and then talk out our logic step-by-step. Some of these questions we’ve never seen before this, we actually solve them for the first time right before your eyes. This means that we don’t always get the solution on the first try of running our code. This is good, because you see how to push forward and debug, refactor, and keep a level head under pressure by watching how we do it. At the end of the day, we are two industry professionals that love to code.
Have you ever had a coding interview that didn’t go so well? Are you nervous for your next coding test? If you want to approach your next programming interview with confidence, then enroll now!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone that wants to improve their knowledge of data structures and algorithms
- Anyone that wants to learn how to ace coding tests and interviews
- Professional programmers that want to improve their coding interview skills
- Students interested in competitive programming or preparing for a coding test
- Developers that will be interviewing candidates for their company and want to learn how to ask good coding challenge questions
- Working knowledge of C#
- Desire to learn how to approach coding interview problems and competitive programming challenge questions
Last Updated 6/2021