Stop jumping into problems! We've compiled all the concepts you need to know for a technical interview. Our lessons not only teach you the concepts, but engage you with running code and questions. Whether it's linked lists or tree traversals, you'll be sure you're well prepared in the most efficient manner.
The most important part of getting better at programming interviews is understanding the right approach. Every interview question on the site has a thorough, step-by-step explanation with code snippets and visuals. Never get stuck on a problem again.
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You already know that the top software companies have standardized on a type of coding interview. These interviews usually test your knowledge of data structures and algorithms. But such Computer Science fundamentals aren't easy to learn, especially for those of us from a non-traditional engineering path.
I was in your shoes. After learning the basics of how to code, I wanted to land a software engineering job. However, I kept getting data structures and algorithms problems, and they made no sense to me. When I studied, I was confused by the mathematical notation, intimidated by how much I had to keep in my head, and found it difficult to stay motivated.
It's not just you-- these are difficult concepts for anyone to grasp by themselves. This scarcity has caused top software engineering jobs to pay eye-popping compensation numbers. However, we believe that anyone can become fluent. In fact, it doesn't have to be a grind. You simply need a system that teaches you the right way.
For each concept, you are guided to intuition. We always start with a gentle introduction. Then we teach the patterns to crack any problem using that concept. Only after you're well equipped with the fundamentals, do we start drilling interview problems in a progressional way.
You're a busy professional, and don't have all the time in the world to make sense of these fundamentals. Our philosophy is that systems, rather than raw willpower, help you achieve your goals. You need motivation that is automatic, hard to avoid, and predictable.
We've sliced up the curriculum into actionable chunks. Our cornerstone daily emails give you the lessons to read and challenges to solve each day to ensure that you stay on track.
To make sure you're retaining what you're learning, we provide questions within our lessons and walkthroughs. It ensures that recall is high, and that you won't stumble on small details when you need them.
We think it's best to learn by doing. There are many daily coding email sites, but we're the only one with a fleshed out coding environment. Test code and try things out to get better at algorithmic thinking. Then go through our amazing walkthroughs so that you perform well on game day.
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Are you a coding bootcamp graduate, self taught developer, or career switcher? Or otherwise thinking about breaking into software? If so, you've reached the same conclusion as us. Most of the material out there promises to help you land your first software engineering job. But once you dig in, you find they're complicated and often plain inaccessible.
Ever thought: what are these mathematical symbols? Time complexity makes absolutely no sense. Whiteboards and graphs scare me. Am I smart enough to get this stuff?
Many software companies now use standardized technical interviews. We're here to help non-traditional developers feel prepared for them.
You're not traditional, and neither are we.
We're designed for those who have not taken a formal Data Structures or Algorithms class (or for those who feel like they didn't get it the first time).
We teach by making things daily, guided, and visual. The cornerstone of the course is the daily email that ensures you're making a little bit of progress each day.
The course is written in plain English, and only teaches the essentials of what you need to know for technical interviews.
Finally, we are built for visual learners, and thus have hundreds of videos, illustrations, and code visualizations.
It's 100% free to sign up! All members can try to solve all of the technical problems, as well as access existing problems and lessons which are being developed.
For unlimited, full access to the full course, please click here to enroll in the complete AlgoDaily curriculum. We charge a one-time payment of $79 for lifetime access, or $15/month for a monthly subscription.
AlgoDaily is designed for:
When we made AlgoDaily guides and solutions free, we found that users were completing less problems. Paying for the material is an intrinsic motivator to ensure that you actually put in the hours to learn to interview well. It helps to have skin in the game. Additionally, we want to maintain a high standard for AlgoDaily content-- which means hiring world-class talent to produce the lessons, walkthroughs, and visuals.
Getting a software engineering job goes beyond just interviewing well. To even get the interview, you need to ensure your resume's solid, you have a referral in, and you can make a good impression. Not all of this is intuitive, so we ensure that those lessons are also included.
Full Java support will be available in August 2020. We are targeting full Go and Ruby support by end of Q3 2020.
We have found that the one-problem-a-day approach to preparation is a good cadence. Most people will start studying for their interviews roughly 1-3 months out, which ensures that about 30-90 problems are seen. We recommend going through How to Prepare for a Technical Interview for our thoughts.
In our experience, 30-90 focused problems that specifically focus on any gaps in knowledge are all that's necessary to feel confident come interview time.
Not a problem, we understand that AlgoDaily is not for everyone. If at any time you are unhappy with your subscription, we are happy to stop your membership immediately or grant a refund. Simply email us.
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