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JavaScript & LeetCode: The Interview Bootcamp

ACE your next technical interview and get that DREAM JOB you've always wanted!

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JavaScript & LeetCode: The Interview Bootcamp is a comprehensive training course designed to teach you all the tricks and techniques necessary to ACE your coding interviews, so you can get a great high-paying software engineering job that you deserve!

Get off the coding interview hamster wheel

Did you know that there are literally TONS of struggling software developers (and this could be you, too) who are:

😭 Preparing for their next coding interview but don't know where to start.

😭 Spending ALL of their time watching low-quality, rambling YouTube videos and frantically scouring the internet for the "best solution" to coding questions.

😭 Frustrated by non-stop rejections from every developer job they have applied to.

If this sounds all too familiar...

THEN THIS IS THE COURSE FOR YOU!

Hi, I'm Kevin, and I am on a mission to help struggling developers just like yourself learn how to FINALLY study the RIGHT way, save WEEKS of time, and eventually land HIGH-PAYING DREAM JOBS!

In JavaScript & LeetCode: The Interview Bootcamp, I will walk you through, step-by-step, all the different types of coding challenges that could appear during an interview!

 I am a self-taught programmer so I know what it feels like to really struggle during those technical interviews. 

Let me put it this way: I created the course I wish I had when I was studying for my own technical interviews!

So Why LeetCode?

LeetCode is a massive collection (1,500 and counting) of challenging coding problems. It has just about every problem you can imagine. In fact, many companies (including the Big 5 tech giants) simply use interview questions they found on LeetCode!

I have some good news for you: spending countless hours studying and solving every single LeetCode problem is COMPLETELY unnecessary.

Yes, you read that right: COMPLETELY unnecessary.

This course, JavaScript & LeetCode: The Interview Bootcamp, is designed to massively optimize your study time and put you on the absolute quickest path to successfully achieving that dream job.

How does this course work?

I know LeetCode questions are meant to be difficult, but do not worry! I made it a priority to present each problem in the most simplistic and direct way possible. You will benefit from my painless and easy-to-understand format, as I walk you through each problem, step-by-step. I cover everything from practical application of algorithms, to data structures, to time and space complexity.

By the time you complete this course, you will be an expert in all the tricks, techniques, and patterns needed to solve even the most challenging of interview problems. Are you ready to supercharge your next technical interview and land that awesome dream job?!

I believe we learn best by doing, so throughout this course you will have access to quizzes and challenges to test what you just learned. This format will allow you to apply and internalize new concepts, and not just follow along like a robot! And if you do get stuck, you will benefit from extremely fast and friendly support (both via direct messaging and/or Q&A discussion).

We use basic JavaScript in this course, and even if you are new to JavaScript, do not worry! I have included a bonus crash-course in JavaScript at the start of the course. No prior JavaScript experience is required!  

Course material is regularly refreshed to include all of the newest updates and information, and since you are granted lifetime access upon registering, you can rely on this course to keep your technical interviewing skills on the cutting edge.  

There is no need to waste your time scouring the internet, frantically trying to piece together ways to solve coding challenges the night before a big, important interview. Invest in yourself, and allow me to show you the easiest ways to ace it!

So what are you waiting for?

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Why most job applicants are rejected

  • You did not know how to solve the problem

    This one's a no-brainer. If you don't have the prerequisite knowledge, then you are effectively doomed the moment you walk into that interview. Even if you have general knowledge about the question being asked, it may not be enough. Your interviewers will not be looking for a surface-level understanding of concepts, they are TESTING you to see how much you know, and a thorough understanding is often required to solve the problem being asked.

  • Your code is inefficient

    So you managed to solve the problem in a brute-force way, and now your interviewer is asking you to optimize it. Uh-oh. A lot of job candidates COMPLETELY FAIL this step, and it is often used as a key determinator for who moves on to the next round and/or receives a job offer. Ask yourself: do you know how to solve challenges in extremely clever ways? If not, then you are likely doing little to differentiate yourself from other candidates competing for the same job.

  • You ran out of time

    A lot of programmers know how to solve a problem, but can you solve it quickly enough? Your interviewer may pose a question that is too long/tedious to easily solve within the time limit of the interview. Since there's an expectation that the majority of job candidates won't finish, managing to complete this kind of problem sets you FAR ahead of the competition. Ask yourself: Do you have the necessary knowledge to dynamically deconstruct seemingly large challenges in brutally efficient ways? If not, then you are likely part of the majority of candidates who will end up REJECTED.

If you have experienced any of these rejection reasons...

Then I have got you covered! 😀👍

I have literally taken EVERYTHING that I know from literally COUNTLESS successful and unsuccessful interviews and compiled the ULTIMATE COMPENDIUM of tactics, techniques, and tricks necessary to CONSISTENTLY ACE coding interviews. My system is a comprehensive, step-by-step implementation program that not only teaches you how to solve coding challenges, but also to master the ART OF THE INTERVIEW by giving the exact responses your interviewer wants to hear.

JavaScript & LeetCode: The Interview BootCamp is the first of its kind...

✅ It is direct and straight to the point 

I do not believe in wasting your time or my time. This means that unlike most "interview preparation courses" out there, I will not waste time going over obscure computer science theory or elementary programming concepts. Let me let you in on a little secret: obscure theory is almost always useless in an interview setting. On the other hand, my lectures are MASSIVELY practical, as in — they are exclusively about problem solving tricks/techniques and pattern recognition. REMEMBER: Your interviewer won't know (or care) about whether you've spent WEEKS memorizing theory prior to an interview, he or she will ONLY care about whether you can solve the coding challenge or not.

👉 It is for all levels of developers

Yes that's right! ALL levels of developers, from beginner to seasoned professional will benefit from my step-by-step, easy to understand methodology. I have even split my lectures so that optional ADVANCED problem-solving tactics (i.e. insanely optimized solutions) are readily available for those of you who want an extra advantage over the competition.

⭐️ It is all about getting you an offer

I don't just teach you how to solve problems, I'll teach you HOW to think about them. You'll make it rain offers when you demonstrate that you can not only think critically and creatively, but also speak intelligently about the problem and clearly vocalize your thought process. Because this is so incredibly critical to your success, I demonstrate these tactics in EVERY lecture of this course. For each problem, I'll explain, step-by-step, the reasoning behind every line of code, possible pitfalls, and possible alternative solutions. I literally cannot make it ANY EASIER than this. All you will have to do during your interview is REPEAT after me, and you will be MILES ahead of 99% of the competition!

So what are you waiting for?

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The Promise

After completing the program you will...

  • Have a clear and concise understanding of how to ACE the software engineering interview

  • Stop wasting your time by getting repeatedly rejected

  • Realize that mindlessly doing more LeetCode problems doesn't mean you will get better

  • Stop relying on "luck" to progress through the interview process.

  • Employ outcome-oriented strategies to solve problems, rather than foolishly struggling and failing to answer.

  • And most importantly, successfully land your dream job!

But don't take it from me! Here's what students are saying...

Zach H.

This was a total game-changer for my interviewing results, because I got a job at Google! Kevin, I can't believe you're offering such an amazing course at such a low price, you could easily charge ten times as much and I'd still buy it!

Ravi S.

Excellent value for the money. This course helped me greatly with my Uber interview, I was actually asked a question from the course. I am very satisfied, and look forward to future courses by this instructor.

Valerie T.

I love that this course is so concise and doesn't waste your time. I can't even begin to tell you how many awful youtube videos I have watched before finding this course. Thanks Kevin for making such an awesome tutorial series.

Mandeep S.

Kevin gets you results. I purchased his course about a month before interviewing, studied using the course, and received a very generous offer from Microsoft. The amount I paid for the course versus the amount my new job offered has made the course an extremely worthwhile investment!

Ann P.

5 stars, I found a job at Apple! The course is simple, easy to follow, and just makes sense. This is literally the best interview prep course I've ever bought, and I'm surprised more people don't know about it. Thanks Kevin!

Johnny F.

Delivered on every single promise! It's short and sweet, but most importantly, effective. The problem selection is solid, and Kevin offers tons of insights into how to best approach various types of algorithms problems. You'll get all the information you need without having to waste more time than necessary!

Course curriculum

  • 1
    • Welcome to the Course!

    • Optional JavaScript Primer (Skip ahead if you already know JavaScript)

    • Environment Setup - macOS

    • Environment Setup - Windows

    • Course GitHub Repository and How-to Run Tests

    • Course Manifest

  • 2
    • Strings Section Introduction

    • Valid Palindrome (#125)

    • Longest Substring Without Repeating Characters - Part 1 (#3)

    • Longest Substring Without Repeating Characters - Part 2 (#3)

    • Valid Anagram (#242)

    • Group Anagrams (#49)

  • 3
    • Dynamic Programming Introduction

    • Climbing Stairs (#70)

    • House Robber (#198)

    • Jump Game - Part 1 (#55)

    • Jump Game - Part 2 (#55)

    • Unique Paths (#62)

  • 4
    • Arrays Introduction

    • Contains Duplicate (#217)

    • Product of Array Except Self (#238)

    • Container With Most Water (#11)

    • Best Time to Buy and Sell Stock (#121)

    • Two Sum (#1)

    • 3Sum - Part 1 (#15)

    • 3Sum - Part 2 (#15)

    • Maximum Subarray - Part 1 (#53)

    • Maximum Subarray - Part 2 (#53)

  • 5
    • Intervals Introduction

    • Meeting Rooms (#252)

    • Non-overlaping Intervals (#435)

    • Merge Intervals (#56)

  • 6
    • Matrix Introduction

    • Spiral Matrix - Part 1 (#54)

    • Spiral Matrix - Part 2 (#54)

    • Set Matrix Zeroes - Part 1 (#73)

    • Set Matrix Zeroes - Part 2 (#73)

    • Word Search (#79)

  • 7
    • Design Introduction

    • Shuffle an Array (#384)

    • Moving Average from Data Stream (#346)

    • Range Sum Query - Immutable (#303)

  • 8
    • Linked List Introduction

    • Reverse Linked List (#206)

    • Linked List Cycle (#141)

    • Remove Nth Node From End of List (#19)

    • Merge Two Sorted Lists (#21)

  • 9
    • Trees Introduction

    • Invert Binary Tree (#226)

    • Maximum Depth of Binary Tree (#104)

    • Binary Tree Level Order Traversal (#102)

    • Same Tree (#100)

    • Subtree of Another Tree (#572)

    • Validate Binary Search Tree (#98)

    • Lowest Common Ancestor of a Binary Search Tree (#235)

    • Kth Smallest Element in a BST (#230)

    • Verify Preorder Serialization of a Binary Tree - Part 1 (#331)

    • Verify Preorder Serialization of a Binary Tree - Part 2 (#331)

    • Implement Trie (#208)

    • Add and Search Word (#211)

  • 10
    • Graphs Introduction

    • Number of Islands (#200)

    • Number of Connected Components in an Undirected Graph (#323)

  • 11
    • Heaps Introduction

    • Kth Largest Element in an Array (#215)

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FAQ

  • Why JavaScript?

    Needless to say, JavaScript *is* the most popular programming language in the world! Many employers use it, and so unsurprisingly, proficiency in JavaScript greatly increases your chances of getting hired.

  • Will I get access to all course materials the moment I purchase the course?

    Yes, you shall receive lifetime access to all course material, immediately. It is all self-paced and self-study, so you can start and stop anytime.

  • How involved will you (Kevin) be?

    I'll be answering course-related questions posted in the Q&A/discussion sections of the course. Please note that this is not a 1-1 tutoring/coaching program. I do offer private coaching/tutoring as a separate service, which you may sign up for here: https://forms.gle/EdoBX22esGbHpmDM9

  • Can I buy certain modules separately?

    No. The course is sold as a package and pieces of it will not be sold separately.

  • Do you offer 1-1 interview tutoring/coaching?

    Yes! Please visit: https://forms.gle/EdoBX22esGbHpmDM9

  • Do you guarantee results?

    While my role is to support and assist you in reaching your goals, bear in mind that your ultimate successes depends on your own effort, motivation, commitment, and diligence. I cannot and do not guarantee that you will attain a particular result, income increase, or job level, and that you accept and understand that results differ by individual student. Each individual’s success depends on his/her background, dedication, motivation, and a whole host of other additional factors. As with any course or service that you purchase, your results may vary. Just like in university, a professor cannot guarantee that you will pass their course if you do not put in the required work and effort. However, if you are as committed to landing your dream job as I think you are, then I am certain you won’t have a problem with maximizing the returns on your investment.

  • Do you offer refunds?

    We have a DO THE WORK refund policy. This means if you do all the work, complete all the lessons, complete all the challenges, and send us a debrief of the key lessons learned YET you still feel unsatisfied, then I will gladly give you your investment back as I run a business of integrity. But if you are someone who just did not do the work and can't take 100% responsibility for your own success, then I will not give you your money back. This offer is valid for 60 days from the date of your purchase.

Instructor

Kevin Nguyen

I am a self taught Web Developer from the Bay Area, with a degree in Public Service. I decided to transition to programming to broaden my horizons and to challenge myself. My experiences in self-education have made me realize my passion for teaching, and I look forward to sharing my knowledge through both my YouTube Channel and here at KA Education.

Sours: https://kaeducation.thinkific.com/courses/javascript-leetcode-the-complete-interview-bootcamp

Why JavaScript is actually a great LeetCode/Interview language

But if you're debating learning a non-strictly typed language, or stuck between several choices, I want to present a couple of reasons why JS might be worth a try.

Everyone is on the LeetCode grind these days.

If you're unfamiliar with LeetCode, it's a way to practice interview-type coding challenges in a short time frame. This article applies to actual interview services too, whether that's HackerRank, CodeSignal, HireVue, or any of the other numerous testing services.

For beginners, it's often parroted that Python, Java and C++ are the "big 3" to learn for LeetCode.

It's often said that C++/Java are great choices because they're super fast, have wide standard libraries, and strictly typed. C++ has a bit more convolution with memory management and iterators, but trades that for speed. Java is notoriously verbose, which is often against the spirit of fast iteration during interviews.

On the other hand, people often like Python since it's similar to writing pseudocode, it has a super beginner friendly community, and is fast to iterate upon.

I'm going to present some reasons (in no particular order) why JavaScript might be the best of both worlds for coding challenges (but especially as an alternative to Python).

I'm going to avoid dissing other languages in my reasoning, because I'm not quite as familiar and wouldn't want to misspeak about features.

Objects are awesome, flexible, and arguably the most important data association in software development.

I'd argue that "HashMap" type data structures are more valuable and more widely used than arrays. Fun fact: In JS -- even arrays are objects, just with some special additional properties.

But essentially we can use them as replacements to Sets/Maps/Dictionaries in other languages (which I'm sure a crazy high percentage of LeetCode-type problems require). And for problems that need to maintain insertion order we can use and in JS.

We can also easily use objects to represent Linked Lists, Trees, Graphs, Tries and more! This is essential when problems require to build out more complex algorithms.

For real maintainable, testable, reliable code, it's almost always to have some typing assistance, whether that's a bit lighter (TypeScript) or super heavy (Rust).

But oftentimes that comes with the trade-off of fast iteration (or writing nothing but ).

Learning how type coercion and non-static typing works in JS and similar scripting languages (Python, Ruby) makes it super easy to do fast tricks.

Essentially our JS engine does a best-effort type coercion when we're comparing or operating different types (eg. Number, String, Object, Array) -- that can give us some initially strange side effects. But let's show an example of how we can use this to our advantage!

I use this code basically all the time -- but there's plenty of other instances where this type coersion (especially knowing 0, '', null, undefined are all fasly values).

This advantage applies less to LeetCode problems, but more to take-home assessments. Build a small app to hit and API and do some data manipulation and POST it back to another endpoint.

This is what JS was built for, manipulating and handling data between web services. Almost every API or take-home assessment will involve JSON in some way or another -- and the built-in methods like and make it a breeze.

From personal experience, I've done assessments with HubSpot and many others -- their whole focus is on real-world work for their assessment -- nothing is more real-world then GET requests and parsing JSON.

I was able to work extremely fast through the problems because I don't have to think twice about setting up libraries or schemas -- I just use Axios/Node-fetch and get back a fully usable object that I can manipulate to my heart's content.

And even for testing, being able to just paste JSON into an IDE and it immediately being a valid object to work with is extremely valuable.

Array questions are just about the most common input data structure, so you'll be manipulating and iterating through them often.

I'll just quickly enumerate some awesome array methods that I find myself using all the time in LeetCode and interviews (interviewers are often impressed by how quick and easy it makes certain problems).

Basic data manipulation (we can reduce mental complexity and use arrays as stacks and queues in JS)

1) pop()

2) push()

3) shift()

4) unshift()

5) slice()

Some iterative array manipulation (by order of most useful)

1) forEach()

2) map()

3) reduce()

4) sort()

5) filter()

Extras

1) Turning strings into arrays and vice-versa (super common)

2) reverse()

3) every()

4) some()

Read about every array method here

Language specific time-outs are supposed to be adjusted to fit the execution model. But I've heard on the internet and from friends, sometimes you'll hit the optimal solution in HackerRank, but still get TLE (time limit exceeded) timeouts for larger test cases in Python.

Worry no longer about execution on larger datasets -- you'll be competing speed-wise with C++ and Java when you use JavaScript (where the V8 JavaScript engine reigns supreme (Chrome, Node.js)).

Essentially if you're able to get an optimal solution, or even something close to it, you'll get through all hidden test cases from a timing perspective.

JS vs Python
JS vs C++
JS vs Java

These don't necessarily fit neatly in a category, but I felt it was important to bring up these positives.

1) Object destructuring
2) Optional chaining
3) NPM/Yarn -- package.json and large access to libraries for take-home assessments, make package managment a breeze
4) Spread operator

1) Lack of heap structure (at least built-in)
2) Direct string manipulation feels hacky: charAt(), split(), splice()
3) Array slicing feels less clean than Python implementations.

Thanks for reading! Let me know if you have any thoughts, why JS is great or not-great for coding interviews/LeetCode!

Sours: https://dev.to/braeden/why-javascript-is-actually-a-great-leetcode-interview-language-34g1
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1. freeCodeCamp

Despite the lowest unemployment rate in decades, analysts expect technology hiring to continue growing steadily into the 2020s.

That’s great news for recent computer science graduates and developers currently working in the field, but that doesn’t mean ambitious engineers can get complacent.

While there will likely be growth opportunities in the market overall, there are still significant changes happening all the time, and a sense of urgency to keep up with the latest trends.

Today, there are more types of technical roles than ever before, and a continued proliferation of new languages, frameworks, and technologies. Technical employees that want to get ahead should routinely test and refine their skills.

To that end, I’ve put together the following list of platforms where you can level up your skills for any number of roles, from data science to developer operations.

Helpful links: Website | Forum | Challenges

Let's begin with freeCodeCamp, which is a great website for beginners who are just getting into coding. They offer all sorts of resources on learning syntax, practicing coding, building projects, and preparing for interviews.

They don’t have as many interactive coding challenges as other sites, but they do offer some fun challenges and interview prep for beginners learning JavaScript.

Great for

Novices who are just learning to code for the first time. It’s a great place to learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript in a fun, interactive way.

Pricing / Premium content

freeCodeCamp is completely free.

Helpful links: Website| Blog | Dev.to | Free Challenges | Premium

My platform, Coderbyte, provides 300+ coding challenges you can solve in an online editor using 10 different programming languages. You can then access official solutions, over 1.5 million user solutions, and read articles on how to efficiently solve the challenges.

Coderbyte is recommended by the top coding bootcamps and companies because of its collection of interview prep challenges.

Great for

Coderbyte is perfect for people in the beginner-to-intermediate phase of their careers who are preparing for interviews. There is a library of harder challenges as well for those who like to solve coding problems for fun, but this isn’t primarily a site for competitive programmers.

Pricing / Premium content

There are a handful of free challenges on Coderbyte, and then there are hundreds of premium challenges and over 1 million user solutions that are available to members.

Helpful links: Website | Discussion | Free Challenges | Premium

LeetCode has a collection of some of the best algorithm challenges online today. The topics they cover require knowledge of data structures such as binary trees, heaps, linked lists, and so on, which is why their challenges are a bit more advanced than some other websites. But the challenges are great if used to prepare for a software engineering interview.

They also have a Mock Interview section that is specifically for job interview preparation. They also host their own coding contests, and they have a great discussion board where people talk about interview questions, jobs, compensation, and other topics related to engineering.

Great for

LeetCode is great for intermediate-to-advanced programmers. It might not be the best suited for brand new coders who don’t know how to write basic loops yet, but once you learn the fundamentals this is a great site to practice coding.

Pricing / Premium content

There are free challenges available on LeetCode, and they also have a premium subscription which gets you access to more challenges and other features of the platform.

Helpful links: Website | Blog | Challenges

This is the first time Edabit is appearing on our top sites list (2018 list, 2017 list)! It has grown in popularity over the last year, and developers seem to really enjoy the challenges. They offer a large collection of over 4,000 challenges that can be solved online in one of several languages.

The site currently only offers online interactive coding challenges — there aren’t any discussion boards, articles, user solutions, or mock interviews like other sites offer, but over time they might be adding some of these.

Great for

Edabit is great for beginners looking to practice their coding skills daily by solving bite-sized challenges. Once you reach the intermediate stage, other sites provide harder challenges and more content geared towards competitive programming and job interviews.

Pricing / Premium content

All the challenges on Edabit are free, and there is no premium pricing option.

Helpful links: Website | Blog | Free Challenges | Premium

Codewars provides a large collection of coding challenges submitted and edited by their own community. You can solve the challenges directly online in their editor using 20+ programming languages. You can view a discussion for each challenge as well as user solutions. You can earn points and climb the rankings by solving their challenges.

Great for

Codewars is great for people in the beginner-to-intermediate phase. The challenges are created by the community so you get exposed to a lot of different types of coding challenges.

Pricing / Premium content

They offer all of their challenges created by the community for free, and their premium subscription gets you access to some cool features on their platform.

Helpful links: Website | Blog | Challenges

HackerRank has a large collection of coding challenges tailored towards algorithms and data structures, along with interview prep material, a discussion board for each challenge, and a list of top user solutions. They have challenges for other topics as well like functional programming, AI, Shell, SQL, and more.

Great for

HackerRank is great for intermediate-to-advanced programmers who have already picked up the basics of a language and are ready to solve more complicated problems. The challenges are written with mathematical notation and can sometimes be a little confusing, which is why it might not be so great for beginner developers.

Pricing / Premium content

All the challenges on HackerRank are free, and there is no premium pricing option.

Helpful links: Website | Blog | Challenges

TopCoder is one of the original platforms for competitive programming online. It provides a list of algorithmic challenges from past competitions that you can complete on your own directly online using their code editor.

Their popular Single Round Matches are offered a few times per month at a specific time where you compete against others to solve challenges. Here are some topics that their challenges may cover.

Aside from solving challenges for fun online, they offer sponsored competitions where you can win prizes for writing the best solution.

Great for

TopCoder is better suited for advanced programmers who are comfortable solving algorithm challenges dealing with advanced topics like graph search and number theory.

Pricing / Premium content

All the challenges on TopCoder are free, and there is no premium pricing option.

Helpful links: Website | Discussion | Challenges

Codeforces is now probably the top competitive programming website (a few years ago TopCoder was where most competitive programmers spent their time).

There are problems that you can solve online to practice, but there’s no online editor. Rather, you write your solution in your own editor and then upload it to their system which then tests your code against a suite of test cases.

They also frequently hold contests where the best competitive programmers take part in.

Great for

Advanced and competitive programmers who truly enjoy solving difficult algorithm challenges.

Pricing / Premium content

All the challenges on Codeforces are free, there is no premium pricing option.



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