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As a developer without formal education I struggle to solve algorithm formulas.— Vignesh M (@ShivEnigma) August 31, 2020
I always tend to use loops and arrays for everything. In the web languages I used, the other data structures are not very obvious.
I improved a bit for a while using https://t.co/QoQUVYT4Ze
R2 D27 of #100DaysOfCode— Ravina Deogadkar (@DeogadkarRavina) September 20, 2020
1. Started with react native introduction and installation.
2. Solved algodaily challenge for today.#developer #software #womenintech #WomenWhoCode #WomenInSTEM #women #coders #softwaredeveloper #programming #coding
"the vast majority of learning comes from the struggle of thinking it through yourself" https://t.co/xGNjD8Dth8— Will Worth (@willworthdev) April 4, 2019
Highly recommend checking out Algo Daily if you're prepping for technical interviews. Helped me get from hopeless to competent in a few weeks! Still using it to prep for some upcoming interviews. Link in thread 👇— Rahat Chowdhury (@Rahatcodes) January 15, 2021
It's good to interview software devs for sysytems design topic - from juniors to senior architects - good ones will kick ass. Here is a good orientation - https://t.co/2YfY6hEsa3— Alex Gorbachev (@alexgorbachev) July 21, 2019
#100DaysOfCode Day 30-34:— Matthew Riddett (@lazyninjacat) February 19, 2020
Completed a whole bunch of AlgoDaily code puzzles/challenges. Lots-n-lots of [arrays].
Finished camera movement for mobile for one of my game projects.
Made progress on Udemy JS course.
Started prep for @battlesnakeio , learning python. So stoked!!!
🤼♀️ algodaily DS ebook https://t.co/U1cpe2bBTq— Curious Kicku 🥁 (@geeky_kicku) September 24, 2020
Very in-depth resourcehttps://t.co/FsO8R9WiEv— Chris Johnston (@chrisjohnston) May 3, 2019
Oh and do some more practice on Algo Daily https://t.co/MMZMaIxswq— Rahat Chowdhury (@Rahatcodes) December 4, 2020
But anyways, I strongly suggest you check out sites like leetcode or algodaily. They offer common interview q's you can use for practice!— Ayaka (@atsuzakii) February 28, 2020
Best way to stay sharp in your #coding skills is to take up the challenges and #learn from them.— Anurag Mathews (@anuragmathews08) March 25, 2019
Day 100: Made it to 100! Happy to celebrate this milestone, but there more work to do! Continued working in Vue today and completed more modules in my #algodaily60 course. I am really enjoying @jzraps approachable detailed descriptions of tough concepts! Onwards! #100DaysOfCode— Rudy B (@_RudyBecker_) January 8, 2021