Basic Algorithm Overview - MUST Know For Coding Interviews (2020)



In this 5-minute coding interview bootcamp, Caelan walks you through the basic sorting algorithms and data structures that are important to know for any technical interview in software development.

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13 thoughts on “Basic Algorithm Overview – MUST Know For Coding Interviews (2020)”
  1. I'm confused. You implied that the fact that binary search needs a sorted list as input doesn't matter because we can sort the list using a method such as merge sort as mentioned earlier. The thing is, using an efficient sorting algorithm followed by a binary search would take O(n * log(n) ) time. Where as doing a simple linear scan takes O(n) time. Why wouldn't you just use the linear scan if the list was unsorted?

  2. How many algorithms will I mug man.
    I do understand them yet if you forget just a single line it could take hours to debug a single error.
    I just don't find any point in mugging these algos .

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