Technical Interview Practice: Python

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Hone your coding skills by practicing with industry standard technical interview problems!

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Why practice technical interview problems in Python?

You'll need to pass a technical interview if you want to be hired for a technical role. Don't worry — these interviews are pretty predictable, and the same kinds of problems appear again and again. Even if you don't have a technical interview scheduled just yet, practicing these common problems will help you grow as a programmer and problem solver, and will help you write cleaner and better code.

Take-Away Skills:

After completing this course, you'll be ready to ace coding interviews anywhere and you'll write more efficient code!

Note on Prerequisites:

A basic understanding of Python is required to start this course, and any more advanced prerequisites will be noted along the way.

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What you'll learn

  1. 1
    Technical Interviews: Whiteboarding

    Practice your whiteboarding skills and learn how to break a technical interview problem down into manageable pieces.

  2. 2
    Technical Interview Problems: Lists

    A collection of common interview problems that use the Python List, and strategies for how to construct optimal solutions.

  3. 3
    Technical Interview Problems: Linked Lists

    A collection of common interview problems that use the linked list data structure, and strategies for how to construct optimal solutions.

What you'll create

Portfolio projects that showcase your new skills

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How you'll master it

Stress-test your knowledge with quizzes that help commit syntax to memory

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