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Do you know good sites for algorithms and data structures?

Can you please advise sites where algorithms and data structures are simply and clearly described? I need to learn them in a short time.. // Or maybe you can write what types of algorithms and/or data structures I need to know? And I'll look for them separately. THANK YOU!

1/25/2022 7:52:35 PM

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This book is considered a good source for learning about algorithms: Grokking Algorithms: An Illustrated Guide for Programmers and Other Curious People

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prepinsta.com for practical javatpoint.com for theory

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Have you tried the courses in the community tab? I see their offer both stuff on algorithms and data structures. There are a number of lessons under those topics.

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The Leetcode website is a place you can test what you know (algorithm solving practice)

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I haven't gone through all the lessons myself but from a glimpse it looks like all the important topics are covered. I think it is good enough for an interview in terms of what is covered. If I am you, I would make myself well versed in these topics such that I know how and when to apply the algorithms or use certain data structures, so if you get asked in an interview, something like given a certain situation and the interviewer wants you to give a brief desription and design of how you would resolve the problem , you would know exactly what algorithms and data structures to use (assuming you are applying for a development job)

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Geeks for Geeks

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Vote for leetocode website. And its’ community and practices resources are great treasure to explore.

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Paul K Sadler thank you! Is this enough for job interview?

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Paul K Sadler Thank you very much! I'm a beginner in algorithms and data structures and would like to be intern/junior developer

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Kresnt Mun yes, thank you!) But I don't know if this is enough for job interview

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Well, that depends on how much you already know and the type of position you are applying for. Another good book is Cracking the Coding Interview by Gayle L McDowell

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Aaron Yang thank you!

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Genius Takudzwa Mubvumbi thank you!

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Aditya thank you!

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Kresnt Mun thank you very much!)