Ultimate JavaScript Interview Course
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Ultimate JavaScript Interview Course

Prepare for you next JavaScript interview by learning Data Structures, Algorithms, and Interview Questions.
4.6 (142 ratings)
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11,653 students enrolled
Created by Eric Traub
Last updated 7/2019
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This course includes
  • 11 hours on-demand video
  • 70 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Be incredibly well prepared for any javascript programming interviews you will have
  • Excel in a wide variety of javascript interview questions that you could be asked in an interview
  • Learn and understand how algorithms work and how to code them out
  • Create your own, custom, algorithms that can perform whatever functionality you may need
  • How to code out important data structures in JavaScript
  • Manipulate data structures in your own, custom, ways for whatever suits your needs
  • Improve the efficiency, performance, and scalability of your code, applications, and programs
Course content
Expand all 243 lectures 11:10:07
+ Introduction to Data Structures and Important Concepts
3 lectures 20:00
What Are Data Structures And Why Are They Important
04:16
Constructor Functions and the "this" Keyword
09:48
The Prototype Object
05:56
+ Linked Lists
17 lectures 01:11:15
Using Add To Head
05:06
Add To Tail
02:48
Testing Add To Tail and Add To Head
04:17
Remove Head
05:21
Remove Tail
04:05
Search Method
06:28
Testing Search
02:50
Linked List - Independent Exercise
01:09
Linked List - Exercise Review
05:10
Big O Notation and Calculating the Runtime of a Function
08:55
Big O Notation & Runtime Source Code
00:40
Linked List - Wrap-Up
04:28
Linked List Source Code
00:34
+ Binary Search Trees
20 lectures 01:12:27
What Is A Binary Search Tree?
05:51
Recursion Part 1
04:20
Recursion Part 2 and the Call Stack
05:19
Insert Method
08:08
Testing Insert
03:02
Contains Method
03:53
Testing Contains
02:04
Depth First Traversal - In-Order
07:14
Testing Depth First Traversal In-Order
01:53
Refactoring Depth First Traversal Method
02:33
Depth First Traversal - Pre-Order
02:46
Testing Depth First Traversal Pre-Order
01:22
Depth First Traversal - Post-Order
03:39
Breadth First Traversal - Part 1
03:37
Breadth First Traversal - Part 2
06:15
Testing Breadth First Traversal
02:34
Binary Search Tree - Independent Exercise
00:49
Binary Search Tree - Exercise Review
03:08
Binary Search Tree - Wrap-Up
03:26
Binary Search Tree Source Code
00:34
+ Hash Tables
14 lectures 52:37
What Is A Hash Table?
06:43
Hash Table and Hash Node Constructor Functions
04:44
CharCodeAt Method and Modulus Operator
04:20
Hash Method
04:46
Insert Method
05:34
Testing Insert Method
03:19
Refactoring Insert Method
05:46
Testing Refactored Insert Method
02:24
Get Method
04:54
Testing Get Method
01:44
Hash Table - Independent Exercise
00:49
Hash Table - Exercise Review
04:55
Hash Table - Wrap-Up
02:06
Hash Table Source Code
00:33
+ JavaScript Algorithms Introduction
1 lecture 04:11
Introduction To Algorithms & Course Layout
04:11
+ Fizz Buzz
5 lectures 10:32
Fizz Buzz - Intro
02:17
Modulus Operator
01:57
Fizz Buzz - Code
04:55
Fizz Buzz - Testing
01:16
Fizz Buzz - Source Code
00:07
+ Harmless Ransom Note
6 lectures 25:37
Harmless Ransom Note - Intro
02:11
Time Complexity & Big O Notation
09:05
Harmless Ransom Note - Code Part 1
06:18
Harmless Ransom Note - Code Part 2
03:27
Harmless Ransom Note - Testing
04:04
Harmless Ransom Note - Source Code
00:32
+ Is Palindrome
4 lectures 09:55
Is Palindrome - Intro
01:42
Is Palindrome - Code
07:07
Is Palindrome - Testing
01:01
Is Palindrome - Source Code
00:05
+ Caesar Cipher
4 lectures 14:57
Caesar Cipher - Intro
01:59
Caesar Cipher - Code
11:12
Caesar Cipher - Testing
01:31
Caesar Cipher - Source Code
00:15
Requirements
  • Basic javascript knowledge - this course teaches all skills from the ground-up
Description

Are you looking for a job as a JavaScript developer or software engineer?  This is the course for you!  This course is specifically designed to prepare you for any JavaScript coding interviews that you have coming up.  Programming interviews are known to be stressful and difficult, but they don't have to be!  The key to succeeding in a coding interview is preparation.  This course will prepare you for coding interviews by teaching you the 3 most important aspects you need to know: Data Structures, Algorithms, and Practice Interview Questions.  Throughout this course you will learn how to code out all of these and more!  The data structures, algorithms, and interview questions that we will cover in this course come from real-life interviews at real companies.

The purpose of this course is not for you to memorize the exercises that we will be covering, but instead for you to gain a deep understanding about how the javascript code is working under-the-hood.  By really understanding how the code works you will be able to succeed in any interview questions that you may be asked in real life.  The purpose of this course is for you to learn the important skills, techniques, and concepts that will help you to excel in any real life interview questions that you are asked.  Some of the skills, techniques, and concepts that you will learn in this course are:

  • Algorithms

  • Data Structures

  • Real Interview Questions

  • Recursion & the Call Stack

  • Big O Notations

  • Memoization

  • Functional Programming

  • Variable and Function Hoisting

  • Global, function, & block scopes

  • Closures

  • Immediately Invoked Function Expressions (IIFEs)

  • Currying functions

  • Passing data by reference

  • The prototype object & constructor functions

  • The "this" keyword and it's use cases

  • Temporary variables

  • Manipulating data types

  • The importance of "strict" mode

  • Object equivalency

  • Binary search (recursively)

  • Merge Sort & Bubble Sort

  • The Sieve of Eratosthenes

  • Caesar Cipher

  • Fibonacci

  • Inheritance in JavaScript

  • Binary Search Trees

  • Hash Tables

  • And much, much more...

When you have completed this course you will have a great understanding of data structures, algorithms, and interview questions, but more importantly you will also have learned the concepts, skills, and techniques, that are necessary for you to excel in any other interview questions that you may be asked.  You will feel very confident going into any javascript interviews you will have.  I hope you enjoy the course!

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who is looking for a job as a programmer
  • Anyone who is looking for a job as a web developer
  • Anyone who will be interviewing for a programming or web developer job
  • Anyone who wants to strengthen their javascript skills and knowledge