Course Link: Practical Data Structures & Algorithms in Java + HW
Go from zero to hero in the most important algorithms and data structures using Java
What you’ll learn
- Gain Confidence for Coding Interviews
- Learn The Most Practical and Popular Data Structures & Algorithms in-depth rather than a rushed course on Computer Science
- Get practice translating sudo code & implementing algorithms with Assignments and Solutions
- Get an intuitive understanding of how many of the popular algorithms and data structures behave
- The basics of programming such as if/else statements, loops & methods in some programming language
Updated June 2018
If I had to pick the single most important topic in software development, it would be data structures and algorithms. Think of it as the fundamental tools available to every computer programmer. The better you get with these tools the more confident a programmer you’ll become. Software development is a vast field requiring all kinds of skill-sets but getting good at this single topic is a huge leap forward in your programming journey and it’ll certainly pave the way for a successful programming career.
The topics in this course are going to cover data structures such as lists, stacks, queues, trees and some of the most powerful sorting, searching, and graph algorithms that have revolutionized the field of computing. Throughout the course I keep things practical and provide real life examples of how all of these algorithms work and when & where they can be applied to write efficient computer programs.
I’ll be moving at a slow and steady pace introducing each topic followed by a PRACTICAL programming assignment so you can immediately apply what you learned. All homework assignments in the course will be accompanied with step by step solution videos demystifying each problem as I code up the solutions. My goal is to make sure, that after you complete this course you feel completely confident going into a coding interview because you will have built a solid foundation in computer programming. So go ahead and signup and I’ll see you in the course.
Who is the target audience?
If you’re fed up with academia centric courses on Data Structures & Algorithms and want to intuitively & practically understand how to implement and the most popular algorithms and data structures in software
If you don’t like math and want to learn popular data structures and algorithms at a deep level