How to Make Progress while Studying for Coding Interviews?
Review computer science fundamentals, algorithms, and data structures to establish a strong foundation for more complex coding challenges.
Ready to strengthen your foundation?
Practice coding challenges, build projects, and work on open-source projects to gain more experience and develop your coding skills.
Ready to start practicing?
Analyze the problem, identify edge cases, and determine the optimal solution before you start coding to streamline your approach.
Ready to optimize your approach?
Explore alternative solutions to the problem and consider trade-offs between time complexity, space complexity, and readability.
Ready to explore new solutions?
Start with the simplest solution (like brute force solution) and optimize it iteratively to improve time and space complexity.
Ready to take it step by step?
Write out the algorithm, identify helper functions and data structures, and ensure that you fully understand the problem before you start coding.
Ready to plan your solution?
Break down complex problems into smaller, more manageable sub-problems and use abstraction to simplify the code.
Ready to master complex problems?
Write unit tests, perform boundary tests, and debug your code to ensure that it's working as expected.
Ready to test your code?
Seek feedback from mentors, peers, and hiring managers to identify areas for improvement and adjust your approach accordingly.
Ready to start your coding practice?
Are you ready to show off your coding prowess?
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