Giguere, Mongan, Kindler – Programming Interviews Exposed Aziz, Lee, Prakash – Elements of Programming Interviews [ code ] Narashima Karumanchi – Coding Interview Questions.
The EPI Judge is now available at! The installation is super-simple - there’s no install! You just download the project, point your IDE/editor to it, and start the code-debug cycle, with instant feedback! EPI Judge consists of the following: • Stub programs for each problem in our book in Python, Java, and C++ • Test-cases that cover common corner-case and performance bugs • A framework for running these tests on your implementation on your machine The best interview preparation is a combination of hands-on practice over a representative set of problems with quality explanations.
The best way to get this hands-on practice is by developing, running, and debugging programs in the environment you’re most comfortable with, i.e., your own computer and IDE/editor: • It’s a very fast compile-debug cycle, • you have complete control and visibility, both into the internal state and the test data, • you can use the features such as autocomplete, autoformat, linting, definiton lookups, etc., and • you can choose to use version control, to track your own progress, as well as to pull updates. This screenshot should give you a good idea of what it’s about. A big shout-out to, for applying his exceptional software engineering skills to make EPI Judge a reality. Please follow these instructions to make sure you get the most recent copy of EPI. This is very important because you want the latest version of EPI, which is the one for which the seller is Amazon, which may not be the default seller on Amazon’s website.
First, do not click on add-to-cart from the landing page (since the default seller is not always Amazon). Instead click on the text highlighed in the figure below. Next, find Amazon in the list of sellers, as in the example below. (Note how Amazon is not at the top of the list!) Now add EPI to your cart, and you are good to checkout!
Many people find interviews intimidating. One reason is the intrinsically challenging problems.
• Perform diagnostic tests. Cat electronic technician. • Perform calibrations.
However, the challenge goes beyond that - the offices and the work environment are often quite different from anything you’ve seen. As part of our goal to help readers succeed at interviews, we’ve compiled some pictures of what a typical campus looks like. The intention is to set you more at ease so that you can focus on the technical content. These pictures are from Facebook (right by Adnan’s office), but are fairly representative.
Come early, so you don’t have to struggle with finding the building, parking, etc. It’s fine to wait in the lobby for an hour, decompress with a copy of EPI!
The lobby - this is where the recruiter will come to pick you up. The interview room. It’s a fixed room for the duration of the interview, though you may step out for lunch with a host. The interviewers/host/recruiter are supposed to ensure you stay on schedule, but there’s no harm in being proactive, e.g., not letting lunch run late. Here the entire wall is writable, but it’s more common to have a whiteboard. Pro tip: consider taking your own markers, so that you can be sure they write well. Dining hall - free yummy food, but don’t overeat and get into a food coma, or lose focus.
Nice campus, but it’s more important to focus on the interview. Do well and there will be plenty of time to appreciate these later. Microkitchens are common. Random office equipment.
Bike storage. EPI in Python was the single biggest ask from our readers, and we’re very happy to tell you that EPI in now available in Python!
You can buy it directly from Amazon. We’ve been using Python as our daily language at Facebook and Uber for quite some time now, and have grown to appreciate its power, versatility, and aesthetics. We wrote Python code for EPI Python from the ground up, and invested a great deal of effort to find the most efficient ways to solve interview problems in Python. We hope you enjoy reading this book as much we we enjoyed writing it. As always, we look forward to hearing our readers thoughts and criticisms of our work. Feel free to drop us a line, come by in person if you are in the Bay Area. (Ice Cream at the Facebook Sweet Shop is always fun.).
This post clarifies questions we are often asked about EPI versions and variants. Variants There are two basic printed variants: Elements of Programming Interviews (which is in C++), and Elements of Programming Interviews in Java. Each comes in two sizes: 6” x 9” and 7” x 10” - the latter uses a larger font and greater line spacing. The smaller and larger formats contain exactly the same content.
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