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In this video, I conduct a mock Google coding interview with a competitive programmer, Errichto. As a Google Software Engineer, I interviewed dozens of candidates. This is exactly the type of coding interview that you would get at Google or any other big tech company. Check out the video we made on Errichto's channel: 🤍 Prepping for coding interviews? Practice with 77 video explanations of popular interview questions and a full-fledged coding workspace on AlgoExpert: 🤍 (use "clem" promo code for a discount!)
In this video, I describe the steps to start competitive programming for a person from any level and I point out several common mistakes, so that you can easily land a job at a top company! HackerRank: 🤍 Learn typing: 🤍 Scratch: 🤍 Learn C: 🤍 Competitive Programmer's Handbook: 🤍 GeeksForGeeks: 🤍 A2OJ Ladders: 🤍 Mostafa Saad's Junior Training Sheet: 🤍 More videos about competitive programming will be coming soon! If this was helpful, consider liking or subscribing! Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Signal lost clip: 🤍 Unfortunately, YouTube was unable to identify the "Sad Violin" music in this video, so here is the information: Song: Sad Romance (a.k.a. Sad Violin) Artist: 지평권 (Ji Pyeong Kwon)
Here are some common myths about competitive programming. These myths are more commonly found in beginners or those about to start competitive programming. The video also has my personal views and advice on how to improve at competitive programming. You can start competitive programming at sites like HackerRank, Codingame, Codechef, HackerEarth, etc... These are useful when solving problems for fun or for interview preparation. Social links: 🤍 Quora: 🤍 GitHub: 🤍
I talk about Competitive programming while playing chess with programmer/youtuber Gaurav Sen. Will I win at least once? Watch the other part on his channel: 🤍 Competitive Programming survey: 🤍 Subscribe for more educational videos on algorithms, coding interviews and competitive programming. - Frequently Asked Questions: 🤍 - Github repository: 🤍 - Youtube channel 1: 🤍 (lectures and single problems) - Youtube channel 2: 🤍 (streams) - Competitive Programming Discord: 🤍
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Apni Kaksha:🤍 Disclaimer: This video has no intention to discourage anyone from doing Competitive Programming. Hey guys, today we will be discussing if we really require competitive coding to crack big tech companies. If you face any doubt then feel free to ask us in the comment section.
Hi! My name is Egor. I study at Saint Petersburg State University in Russia. In this video i talk about my competitive programming setup. I use macbook air M1 late 2020, blue yeti microphone, one by wacom tablet, sketchbook by autodesk, cf predictor, codeforces enhancer, vim via macvim, vim-plug, ultisnips, iterm2 and oh my zsh. You can find more details in this video and down in the description. I hope you find this video helpful. On this channel I make educational videos on competitive programming. Both on basic algorithms such as prefix sums, binary search, sorting, etc., and also some advanced topics such as disjoint sparse table, heavy-light decomposition, link-cut tree, lambda optimisation, FFT, and so on. Also sometimes I record screencasts and do some kind of unusual videos like this one. If you're interested, consider subscribing to my channel! If you have any questions you can contact me on telegram. Good luck with your contests. Useful links: Macbook Air M1 Late 2020: 🤍 Blue Yeti microphone: 🤍 One by Wacom tablet: 🤍 Huge Dell monitor: 🤍 Sketchbook by Autodesk: 🤍 CF Predictor: 🤍 Codeforces Enhancer: 🤍 Macvim: 🤍 My vimrc file: 🤍 Jellybeans (vim color scheme): 🤍 Vim-Plug (vim plugin manager): 🤍 Ultisnips (vim snippets plugin): 🤍 My snippets file for c: 🤍 How to set up stdc.h file on macos: 🤍 Precompile stdc.h: 🤍 Why rand function is bad and mt19937 generator is great: 🤍 Why cout.tie(0) is completely useless: 🤍 Iterm2: 🤍 Oh My Zsh: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 00:50 - Macbook Air M1 Late 2020 01:45 - Blue Yeti microphone 02:03 - One by Wacom tablet 02:39 - Temporary monitor 02:56 - Sketchbook by Autodesk 03:27 - CF Predictor and Codeforces Enhancer 06:33 - Eating 06:36 - Vim, Macvim, vimrc, vim-plug, ultisnips 15:12 - C template 25:23 - Iterm2 and Oh My Zsh 25:43 - Outro Reach me out on: telegram: 🤍 codeforces: 🤍 instagram: 🤍 Or peltorator at any platform
Some very harmful mentalities that can get in the way of basically everything in your life, as both a warning and advice against them. These little things can build up over time until they grow into a problem that's incredibly hard to manage afterwards. It especially applies to competitive programming, since it's so heavily tied to job success and what people perceive to be intelligence. Also, my story of my own experience with this stuff. Video organization: Intro + motivation 00:00 The bad mentalities 00:51 My experience 03:16 Introducing growth mindset 06:41 Some good counter-mentalities 07:40 Other ways to fight bad mentalities 09:18 Conclusion 10:16 Thumbnail background: 🤍
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In this video, I talk with 🤍Kunal Kushwaha on a big confusion college students have: Software development or competitive coding? Should you pursue software development, building websites and apps or should you practice competitive coding problems, which path will get you more opportunities as a developer, what is the importance of learning data structures and algorithms and more in the part 2 of the interview with Kunal. Checkout Relevel: 🤍 Business Development: • upGrad:- 🤍 Frontend Development: • Cred:- 🤍 Backend Development: • Razorpay:- 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 Join MarkitUpX Discord Server: 🤍 Checkout Kunal's Free Java + DSA Bootcamp: 🤍 BEST Way to Get Remote Software Developer Jobs: 🤍 BIGGEST Perks of a Software Engineer: 🤍 Timestamps 0:00 Teaser 0:55 Introduction 1:29 Software Development or Competitive Coding 2:00 Learn Data Structures and Algorithms first of all 2:47 Opportunities in development are more when compared to competitive coding according to Kunal 3:55 Sponsored by Relevel 5:04 Amazon interview questions are comparatively easier than those of google, facebook 5:21 Google & Amazon have almost same pays according to what I have heard. 16L and 14.5L respectively 6:52 Competitive coding is not compulsory for cracking interviews 7:20 Software engineer salaries at faang 8:30 Gaurav Sen on competitive coding 8:45 Questionable tactics used by edtech startups to sell courses 9:43 Do competitive coding rankings matter? 10:50 Software development can be better in terms of opportunities 11:35 This is applicable for tier 2/3 college students 12:10 Google Software engineer salary 12:40 Crab mentality in India 13:20 LinkedIn content 14:08 What should college students do in first/second year of college? 15:45 How Kunal cleared his Google interview rounds 17:55 Kunal's Google Referral 18:49 comment "I watched till the end" Start Investing in Crypto with WazirX: 🤍 Open your demat account with Upstox and start investing in stocks: 🤍 How to Get Paid Internship: 🤍 7 Ways I Make Money as a 19 Year Old: 🤍 15 Ways to Make Money in College: 🤍 Lessons I learned in first year of college: 🤍 How I Learned to Code: 🤍 Highest Paying Freelancing Skills: 🤍 Web Developer Roadmap: 🤍 Android Developer Roadmap: 🤍 Machine Learning Roadmap: 🤍 Best Laptops for Programming: 🤍 3 Books You Should Read 📈Psychology of Money: 🤍 👀Subtle Art of Not Giving a F: 🤍 💼Rework: 🤍 Tech I use every day 💻MacBook Air M1: 🤍 📺LG 29' Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 🎥Sony ZV1: 🤍 🎙Blue Yeti Mic: 🤍 ⽴Tripod Stand: 🤍 🔅Ring Light: 🤍 🎧Marshall Major II Headphone: 🤍 🖱Logitech mouse: 🤍 💺Green Soul Chair: 🤍 🌟 Please leave a LIKE ❤️ and SUBSCRIBE for more AMAZING content! 🌟 🌎 Website: 🤍 📱 Twitter: 🤍 📝 LinkedIn: 🤍 📂 GitHub: 🤍 📕Buy My Book - Crush It on LinkedIn: 🤍 ✨ Tags ✨ BEST Way to Get Remote Software Developer Jobs! Software Development or Competitive Coding Is FAANG Overhyped Amazon Software Developer How much do Software Engineers ACTUALLY earn in India HUGE Salaries Better Than FAANG software engineer day in life software engineering salary ctc and take home salary ✨ Hashtags ✨ #college #coding #placements
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Hit 'C' for subtitles. I will show you how to stress-test your program to find a counter-test during a contest like Olympiad in Informatics. I'm using Linux, but it's similar for Windows. Watch this if you're going to participate in Polish Olympiad! Codes are in the git repository, link below. You can find more debugging tips in my recent blog on Codeforces: 🤍 Sorry for echo in the middle of the video :( git repository: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Competitive Programming Discord: 🤍 What is Competitive Programming? 🤍 I'm known as Errichto. I compete in and organize programming competitions. I'm a finalist of ACM-ICPC, Topcoder Open, Facebook Hacker Cup and Google Code Jam. I got a second place in Google Code Jam 2018. Watch me if you want to practice Competitive Programming, algorithms or you want to learn for a coding interview. I share my thought process, explain everything, and mention similar problems that I know or techniques/algorithms that could be used too. Learn from me and grow your rating on Codeforces!
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