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2024-02-09 kpsingh/SystemDesign: This repo will be having my learning regarding the Design Principles (Low Level Design) and System Design (High Level Design)

The GitHub repository "SystemDesign" by kpsingh focuses on the author's learning journey regarding Design Principles (Low Level Design) and System Design (High Level Design). It aims to delve into foundational concepts such as SOLID principles and design patterns, crucial for understanding both low and high-level design aspects in software engineering. For those interested in exploring the nuances of software design, this repository could serve as a valuable resource. More details can be found on GitHub.

2024-02-09 adityadev113/Interview-Preparation-Resources: StudyGuide for Software Engineer Interview

The GitHub repository "Interview-Preparation-Resources" by adityadev113 serves as a comprehensive guide for software engineer interview preparation, containing various resources collected during the author's own SDE interview preparation journey. This repository is intended to assist others on the same path by providing a wide range of materials related to behavioral interviews, computer networks, DBMS, data structures and algorithms, mock interviews, operating systems, system design, and more. Additionally, it includes specific documents like interview questions from Microsoft, important Java questions, and a roadmap for learning the MERN stack. The repository encourages community contributions to enrich the resources available for interview preparation. For more detailed information, visit GitHub.

2024-02-09 Interview-Preparation-Resources/Understanding Data Structures and Algorithms/Leetcode Patterns and at main · adityadev113/Interview-Preparation-Resources

The document "Leetcode Patterns and Problems" in the "Interview-Preparation-Resources" repository provides a structured approach to solving Leetcode problems. It categorizes problems into specific patterns to help understand and tackle algorithmic challenges effectively, aiming to enhance problem-solving skills for technical interviews. For detailed patterns and problems, you can visit the [GitHub page]( Data Structures and Algorithms/Leetcode Patterns and

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ne section I added now was Behavioral Questions. These are questions of the form “Tell me about a time when you disagreed with a coworker. How did you resolve it?”. Typically, you should answer them using the STAR framework: Situation, Task, Action, Result, Reflection. In the past, I have failed interviews because of these questions – I hadn’t prepared, and couldn’t come up with good examples on the spot in the interviews.

This time I went through a good list of such questions (Rock the Behavioral Interview) from Leetcode, and thought about examples to use. Once I had good examples, I wrote the question and my answer down in the document. Before an interview, I would review what I had written down, so I would be able to come up with good examples. This worked well, I didn’t fail any interviews because of behavioral questions.

In the document I also wrote down little snippets of code in both Python and Go. I tried to cover many common patterns and idioms. I did this so I could refresh my memory and quickly come up with the right syntax in a coding interview. I ran all the snippets first, to see that I hadn’t made any mistake, and included relevant output. Reviewing these snippets before an interview made me feel calmer and more prepared.

I also watched a good video by Gergely Orosz, 🚩 Confessions from a Big Tech Hiring Manager: Tips for Software Engineering Interviews, on technical interviews in general. Some takeaways: be curious and collaborative, and ask questions.


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