Coding Interview Bootcamp
3.8 (36 ratings)
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Coding Interview Bootcamp

Comprehensive and easy to follow guide in preparing for your upcoming coding interview
3.8 (36 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
580 students enrolled
Last updated 8/2017
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Master the most frequently asked questions by software engineering interviewers
  • Perform confidently in coding interviews
  • Get that job offer!
Course content
Expand all 48 lectures 02:04:16
+ Introduction
5 lectures 03:39
Course Content
00:25
How to approach interview questions
01:39
What you'll need for this class
00:37
What you'll gain at the end of this class
00:31
+ Arrays and Strings
10 lectures 25:45
Merge Arrays: Complexity
01:06
Reverse Sentence: Problem Statement
00:32
Reverse Sentence: Solution
03:29
Reverse Sentence: Complexity
01:13
Max Difference: Problem Statement
00:59
Max Difference: Part I Solution
07:14
Max Difference: Part II Solution
03:26
Max Difference: Complexity
00:50
+ Linked Lists
9 lectures 26:38
Reversing a Linked List: Solution
06:33
Reversing a Linked List: Complexity
00:19
Remove Kth: Problem Statement
00:40
Remove Kth: Solution
06:47
Remove Kth: Complexity
00:16
Detecting Cycles: Problem Statement
00:44
Detecting Cycles: Solution
10:17
Detecting Cycles: Complexity
00:29
+ Recursion
11 lectures 38:32
Eight Queens: Part I Solution
04:49
Eight Queens: Part II Solution
09:55
Eight Queens: Complexity
01:06
String Permutation: Problem Statement
00:30
String Permutation: Problem Solution
07:55
String Permutation: Complexity
00:40
Towers of Hanoi: Problem Statement
01:39
Towers of Hanoi: Part I Solution
06:35
Towers of Hanoi: Part II Solution
03:16
Towers of Hanoi: Complexity
01:15
+ Trees
10 lectures 27:28
Breadth First Search: Overview
01:36
Breadth First Search: Solution Part I
04:28
Breadth First Search: Part II
04:52
Breadth First Search: Solution Part III
00:39
Depth First Search: Overview
01:24
Depth First Search: Solution
08:02
Depth First Search: Analysis
01:24
Red Black Trees Overview
02:50
Red Black Trees Final Note
00:36
+ Conclusion
3 lectures 02:16
You made it!
00:15
General Interviewing Tips
01:39
Closing Remarks
00:22
Requirements
  • Basic programming fundamentals
  • Have coded in at least one language before this
  • Any language can be used, compiling the programs is not necessary
Description

Who This Class is For

The ideal student for this course is someone who wants a comprehensive and easy to follow guide in preparing for coding interviews. They can be someone who's completely new to coding interviews (ie new grad, or someone going through a career change), or someone who hasn't done them in a while and wants to brush up for an upcoming interview.

What You Will Achieve at the End of this Class

What I hope to achieve with you at the end of the class is a better awareness and preparedness of what questions tech companies ask, and how to prepare for those questions. Even if the question isn't exactly the same, you'll recognize the pattern, and be able to start solving and speaking intelligently to the problem.

Steps for the Rest of the Class

Every coding interview I've done (with a few exceptions) has included whiteboarding. If you're coding remotely, it'll most likely be a word document with no compiler. There are some companies that will provide a platform that runs test cases through your program. This class is intended for the majority of companies that still whiteboard.

Therefore, it's smart to use pen(pencil) and paper to follow along with the lectures as I type and make your own notes. Try to solve the problem on your own before you look at the solution, and then compare your solution to mine. How do they differ and why? Each problem set will include a problem statement, a strategy for solving, a solution, and Big O complexity analysis (how efficient is our solution?) Go over the sections that you don't understand, because it will make you feel more confident.

Who this course is for:
  • Seasoned software professionals looking to prepare for their upcoming job interview
  • Recent grads who want to get their first job out of college
  • Anyone's who's made a career change from another field and wants to get their first software job