The interview process can be very intimidating. There seems to be so much material to study and it may be difficult even knowing where to start.
In this video, we will go over 10 different things you should know before going in to your first Python interview.
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Please note that tips such as the one mentioned in 14:33 no longer holds for Python3 as in in Python 3 items() returns an iterator and never builds a list fully unlike Python2.x
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Once ive made a program that sent a file to my google drive. Is this a good thing to say in an interview?
Great video thanks man. Quick irrelevant question – how do you pass the print command without parentheses? Thanks again
Sir do you have dsa course?
I am extremely grateful to you Sir I am absolutely obsessed with python coz I understand it after watching your tutorials May Allah bless you (Ameen)
Thank you man. You're a really good teacher. Learn a lot in all your videos.
Discord disappointed. There are a bunch of characters of different sorts. There are not only characters sitting in the discord itself, there are also the persons serving the discord itself (that is, this is the technical support of the discord itself and everyone connected with it). This discord is praised from all sides. This is partly true, but there is a downside to this discord. Which few people talk about. Being in this discord can be fraught for some. Better think twice. Is it worth going to this discord? And what do you need from this discord?
1) can get caught in places, but not always a normal team for communication on different topics;
2) passing raids in games that cannot be passed without communication, even if you try;
3) designed for cooperative games;
1) in the discord there is no "confidentiality" from the word at all .;
2) different types of characters can be caught in the discord (criminals, hackers, rich characters, humorists and characters who don't care about everything and the technical support of the discord itself), as well as young people who are not quite adequate .;
3) the attendants of the discord itself who follow the discord itself do not follow their own rules from the word at all. (Technical support and everyone who is associated with the discord).
4) in discord, only "selected" characters can scold someone, swear at someone, and so on. Otherwise, they will mix the whole discord with shit in the literal sense of the word.
5) communication with a friend on the discord is disclosed by the hackers themselves and the discord service personnel. The secrecy of correspondence is not respected at all.
6) if you start swearing with someone, then his defenders who have nothing to do with swearing will crawl out, and the persecution will start from their side, and after that absolutely the entire discord is connected.
7) hackers and "knocked down on their heads" (they can and will pretend to be) comedians begin to look for people via the Internet to annoy them at home. Seeing a discord blows their heads completely.
8) in discord, not only children, but also adults (pretending to be fools) take part in this.
SO FOLLOW WHAT YOU SAY AND TO WHOM YOU SPEAK.
PS: at the moment, there is no need to be present in the discord. There is a certain society that has its own laws and rules at the moment. They will mix anyone with shit. either you (the group united) with shit will mix or do not knowing who at its discretion).
P.S: this is a kind of group that found its own cozy little world in discord and choose new ones and evaluate them, then they draw conclusions, and then the consequences.
"Cozy little world"
Here we are talking about the Russian language discord.
Russian Federation (RF)
Russian Discord Problem 0000
I once was questioned about how to define a class. I had a total blackout. Like I just realised, that python can have those.
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list comprehension takes 10times more time than the actual code, i will say this to interviewer so he knows that i know that maybe …
xrange is deprecated in Python3
Thanks for the video. If these are the questions for an interview, I defenitely have a chance to get on a June's position.
It feels like this video is not complete. You needed more elaboration. Thanks anyway for your efforts.
For people who is preparing for interviews to get a job into IT companies follow these tips:
1. Brush up your programming skills use platforms like hackersearth for practicing problems.
2. Topics like data structures and algorithms, DBMS, computer networking, OS, software engineering etc should be at your finger tips. You have to be really good in those subjects specially in DSA.
3. Go through interview questions and give mock interviews.
Thanks! it helps a lot
Thanks man 👍🏻
Bro interviewers don't ask these anymore all they ask is optimization problems and graph questions 😪😪😪
I believe it is beneficial to know basics of Stacks too nowadays, also basic functions like push, pop, peek
I have been programming Python for like 25 years now on a regular basis and I still don't know how print formatting works. I guess I would fail an entry level Python interview. 🙂
06:18 weed out is a strong word.
00:37 Know how to write code on a whiteboard or paper
01:30 Know basic python control flow
02:52 Be able to discuss how you've used python
04:48 Know how to solve common interview problems
08:45 Know basic python datatypes and when to use them
11:08 Know how to use list comprehension
12:39 Know how to use generators
15:00 Know the basics of OOP
18:00 Have Python related questions ready to ask your interviewer
19:47 Know the basics of other technologies
Do I really have to write everything on whiteboard? Why can't I just bring my laptop with me?
i have a question what if i have a list of problems that makes me prepare for interview, however some of these questions (problems) i didnot solve it before or i donot know its idea, therefore i see the answer after 24 hours of trials to get around the problem. is that right,?? but i feel if the question comes for me again im not sure that i can remember the answer. so what i should to do ?
Hi Corey, where is the snippet for this video?
Really good advices!
They are very sensate and usefull!
6:06 looks like solution for a problem in HackerRank thanks .
Please somebody tell me how can we left indent a multiple lines code together.
Thanks a lot brother.This video helped me a lot.
These are all super basic. A five-year-old would be able to do them if they were smart enough.