Technical Interview, Algorithms and Data Structures in Python
Are you ready to conquer your next interview? To succeed, you need to understand the expectations.
Virtually all technical interviews follow a very set pattern: you get asked a very specific type of question, you're required to have very specific knowledge, and you're expected to answer—and interact with your interviewer—in a very particular way. Knowing this in advance, and preparing accordingly, is the key to success.
This course was designed to give you what you need to ace a technical interview. Included are:
videos that walk you through the algorithms and data structures concepts commonly asked in technical interviews
an explanation of efficiency, and an explanation of how it relates to topics covered throughout the class
practice problems and quizzes to test your understanding
a mock interview with a breakdown explaining how interviewers expect you to explain your thought process
curated links to outside resources, including a special link to live practice interviewing with other Udacity students on Pramp
if you’re a Nanodegree student, a final project where you can answer interview questions and get feedback from a trained reviewer.
The goal of this course is to prepare you for a real technical interview, so we focus on the material you'll actually be expected to do.
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