To be honest with you, getting your first job is never easy. It is, in fact, one of the hardest things in your life and you need to put your best effort to find a job in your dream company. Most of the computer science graduates dream of working for Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple but only a few programmers clear their difficult coding interviews.
The single most important reason for failing those coding job interviews is the lack of knowledge and practice. If you don’t know much about what to learn then you are bound to fail, hence it becomes increasingly important that you prepare hard in advance.
Unfortunately, I learned this a little too late, after spoiling my chances at Microsoft and Amazon, but you don’t need to. You can learn from my experience and prepare better for your programming job interviews.
So, the big question is, how do you prepare for coding/programming job interviews? Which subjects should you read up on? Which questions will you need to solve? How do you deal with coding and other technology related questions?
When I was hunting for my first job there wasn’t much help available; we were totally reliant on our textbooks of programming languages and data structure to prepare for interviews, but things have changed in last 10 years.
Nowadays, you not only have dedicated books to prepare for coding interview, like Crack the Coding Interview Questions, but you have online courses and Coding Bootcamps to practice for coding interviews.
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