Programmer's Bootcamp: Improve your Skills, Land a Job (Paperback)
  • Programmer's Bootcamp: Improve your Skills, Land a Job (Paperback)

Programmer's Bootcamp: Improve your Skills, Land a Job (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 12/06/2015
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This book teaches best practices for software design and development that can be used in any major programming language. In this book, the authors dissect dozens of different types of coding challenges of all difficulty levels, step by step. (Many of these challenges are derived from challenges the world's top companies regularly use.) Readers can then go to the interactive website powered by CodeEval to take the challenge and test their skills as they learn.Topics include: Chapter 1: Basic Concepts & Algorithms. Reviews core programming concepts and fundamentals that form the foundation for the rest of the book.Chapter 2: Data Structures. Covers data structures and the basic principles of sequencing in arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, lists, maps, and sets.Chapter 3: Trees. Overview of tree nodes and how they work with linked lists.Chapter 4: Strings and Numbers. Covers processing of strings and numeric characters; shows how they work in different languages.Chapter 5: Searching. Covers a variety of search methods including common, string, and binary searching.Chapter 6: Sorting. Covers efficient sorting algorithms and libraries applied to various case scenarios.Chapter 7: Manipulation. Overview of manipulation types of problems including bit, number and string manipulation.Chapter 8: Recursion. Overview of recursion and recursive functions as well as their application states.Chapter 9: Backtracking. Covers backtracking's brute-force algorithms and how to use them to solve coding problems effectively.Chapter 10: Dynamic Programming. Overview of Dynamic programming problems; shows how to separate complex coding problems into simpler components.Chapter 11: Leveraging What You've Learned. Covers skill-building for both career advancement and applying for a new job.

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
ISBN: 9781118828403

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