In this video, I talk about the different types of Python data science interview questions.
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We cover the different types of Python DS questions asked in interviews, the difference between Python interview questions and software engineering questions, and strategies on how to approach them.
1:21 – Difference between software and data science python questions
7:15 – Types of Python interview questions
13:14 – Last tips!
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Because numpy is fast..
I can't find python int. questions for machine learning engineers at facebook other than the leetcode questions?
The Facebook example aged well haha
Thank you for interview query!!!
Great content! Thanks for sharing!
As a Full-Stack Data Scientist the tools I use in order of preference are SQL->Pandas->NumPy. Basically I only use NumPy if I have to (e.g. when using Scikit-learn for modeling). Also PySpark, Dask, and Joblib are super important Python Big Data tools to learn.
Very solid content! I definitely use Pandas more often than Numpy.
Great content. Thanks for sharing!
Lol lol I recently got into data science and i use Pandas way more often than numpy and I was always asking myself when this might be a problem.
Good collection of questions !
This channel is legit!
Thanks for sharing Data Science Jay !!!
What do you use instead of numpy then?
Thank you. I wish I had viewed this prior to other past interviews to have a general idea of what to expect.
Love your channel! Thank you
I mainly want to point out that this video is awesome and the advice is helpful. I can also tell you probably spent a lot of time stitching the video together but I honestly think it's more unnatural than having pauses and having a natural flow in speech. Just my 2 cents, I think the video would sound better and you'd save time! Subbed and following all the same.
7:18 for the impatient
You should create a similar video for SQL
That one guy who disliked this video must be hating his life.
Thanks for the video. Visualization also plays an important role. I am a bit surprised that it is not a part of those many interview questions that you went through
Awesome video this was very helpful!
Thanks for the video. Very helpful. Cleared many doubts.