Preparing for a technical job interview?

Here 3 resources that can save you weeks of preparation

Curated content to help you ace your next technical interview without prior interview experience.

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Comprehensive study plan to get a software engineering job.

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• Preparation system
• Algorithms
• Data structures
• System design
• Books

Read it when you will prepare for a coding interview.…
Grouped lists of links to preparation resources. You can find here pretty anything you need to prepare for an interview.

• Books
• Guides
• Algorithms
• Articles

Point to it when you'll need to find additional materials for preparation.…
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Also, I'm writing a book How To Nail The Technical Interview where I've summarized everything I've learned, all my tips & tricks, and other developers experience into the proven system any developer can use to pass the interview and get a job

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