Beat the Codility Coding Interview in Python
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# Beat the Codility Coding Interview in Python

Learn and practice how to solve many coding puzzles from Codility using Python.
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4.5 (195 ratings)
2,149 students enrolled
Created by James Cutajar
Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
• 5.5 hours on-demand video
• 1 article
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
• Experience solving many of codility's coding interview puzzles, with problem descriptions, hints and solutions
• Learn common problem solving tips ideal for coding interviews in python
• Have a greater chance of passing the coding interview with codility, hackerrank and others
Course content
Expand all 78 lectures 05:19:34
+ Introduction
2 lectures 05:40
Preview 05:25
00:15
+ Time Complexity
6 lectures 27:22
Quick recap on Complexity Theory
08:57
Equilibrium Problem
05:38
Equilibrium Hint 1
03:29
Equilibrium Hint 2
02:30
Equilibrium Solution
02:58
Equilibrium Code Walkthrough
03:50
+ Arrays
5 lectures 14:27
03:17
Cyclic Rotation Problem
02:44
Cyclic Rotation Hint
02:07
Cyclic Rotation Solution
03:20
Cyclic Rotation Code Walkthrough
02:59
+ Counting Elements
6 lectures 20:58
What do we mean by Counting Elements?
04:15
Preview 05:04
Preview 04:06
Preview 01:33
Preview 01:44
+ Stacks and Queues
9 lectures 37:23
The basics around Stacks and Queues
05:24
Brackets Problem
03:11
Brackets Hint
02:41
Brackets Solution
04:58
Brackets Code Walkthrough
03:43
Fish Problem
04:15
Fish Hint
02:18
Fish Solution
04:52
Fish Code Walkthrough
06:01
4 lectures 17:46
Leader definition and the Dominator Problem
05:15
Dominator Hint
02:17
Dominator Solution
05:37
Dominator Code Walkthrough
04:37
+ Maximum Slice Problem
5 lectures 21:05
Introduction to the Maximum Sub Array problem
05:57
Max Profit Problem
02:19
Max Profit Hint
04:10
Max Profit Solution
05:42
Max Profit Code Walkthrough
02:57
+ Sorting
5 lectures 25:21
Preview 03:44
Disc Intersection Hint
02:08
Disc Intersection Solution
08:46
Disc Intersection Code Walkthrough
05:58
+ Prefix Sums
9 lectures 27:54
How to generate prefix sums
03:17
Passing Cars Problem
02:15
Passing Cars Hint
02:19
Passing Cars Solution
04:02
Passing Cars Code Walkthrough
03:11
Div Count Problem
02:38
Div Count Hint
01:29
Div Count Solution
04:47
Div Count Code Walkthrough
03:56
+ Primes and Composites
6 lectures 30:25
Understanding Primes and Composites
04:07
Flags Problem
05:03
Flags Hint 1
02:43
Flags Hint 2
04:18
Flags Solution
07:54
Flags Code Walkthrough
06:20
Requirements
• Python programming language
• Basic understanding of data structures and algorithms
Description

This course has been designed to help you pass your next coding interview. It focuses on puzzles from Codility's training lessons, so if you have an online coding test coming up, this course is perfect for you.

The key to passing coding interviews is to practice as much as possible by solving various types of coding puzzles. In doing so you sharpen your problem solving skills and eventually you will start to see patterns amongst the different coding solutions. You also increase your chances of being asked a problem you’ve already solved.

In this course you’ll get to practice many of these coding puzzles. In every section we introduce the topic, explain the problem and later provide you with a few hints that help solve the puzzle. In the end we arrive at the solution together.

Along the way you'll learn how to ride a motorbike, surf, scuba dive and fly an aeroplane. *

Join me on this course, and let’s get you to pass this interview!

*Not really, however this course is pretty fun regardless.

All code in this course can be found on github, username/project: cutajarj/CodilityInPython

Who this course is for:
• Python Developers about to take the codility coding interview
• Python Developers about to take another coding interview, such as hackerrank or others
• Python Developers about to take a face to face or phone coding interview