世界で闘うプログラミング力を鍛える本 コーディング面接189問とその解法。 世界で闘うプログラミング力を鍛える本 コーディング面接189問とその解法 by Gayle Laakmann McDowell

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The list of questions and solutions is not comprehensive, but I guess that is the point. I passed the subsequent interviews with three companies, including Google and a hot SF startup. That's how we interview programmers. And if you're about to head out on some coding interviews, reading Cracking the Coding Interview is the single most important thing you can do for yourself. Gayle has worked for Microsoft, Apple and Google as a software engineer. Amazon Bestseller: 39,448 in Kindle Store• And then I got more interviews, and I decided to spend an weekend reading this book. I was searching for software engineering internships for this summer. The book is structured in two parts: overview of how interviews for software engineers proceed and actual coding exercises with hints and complete answers. I found that some of the problems were quite simple compared to the difficulty level currently in force at various companies. Use simple examples to help thinking. My only gripe is that it seems like this book is more for the Java-enthusiast programmer who is dying to interview at Microsoft, rather than... Can you imagine if a heart surgeon went to interview at a hospital, and they handed him a game of "Operation" to play? There are definitely some sections that Gayle doesn't seem particularly interested in. Really recommend to anyone prepping for coding interviews. Each question has some hints, as well as the answers in the back. The goal is to see how you react to unfamiliar situation - ability to find information, analyze the problem looking for a starting point, etc. It's so stupid, I could go on and on about it for paragraphs. Observing what you know is a side-effect of facing unfamiliar problem, which often requires application of knowledge you already know. She currently resides in Palo Alto, CA. She holds a bachelor's and master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Computer Science, and an MBA from the Wharton School. She holds a bachelor's and master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Computer Science, and an MBA from the Wharton School. Coding interviews are about judging your approach to problems rather than specific solutions. But almost every topic in the book is covered much better elsewhere. In particular would like to see more dynamic programming problems. In particular would like to see more dynamic programming problems. 米国で大人気のコンピュータプログラミングに関するベストセラー書(Cracking the Coding Interview: 189 Programming Questions and Solutions)の日本語版です。

On similar note, no one expects to be able to answer all the questions. One major omission is the coverage of Tries. What is this, the '90s? It's a lot easier to think about a concrete example than an abstract problem. It doesn't matter whether you already have the perfect job or you are a college graduate, who needs to find your first job - it provides a good base for how programming interviews are done in the majority of the software companies.。 Which last name do I choose? 米国で大人気のコンピュータプログラミングに関するベストセラー書 Cracking the Coding Interview: 189 Programming Questions and Solutions の日本語版です。

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It doesn't help that the solutions are all in Java. And this book and many similar ones are culmination of this flawed approach, that forces people to memorize tricky tasks and their solutions instead of developing strong CS and Math backgrounds. Observing what you know is a side-effect of facing unfamiliar problem, which often requires application of knowledge you already know. Although you should try to solve it yourself before reading the solutions, once you have solved it, you should read the solutions anyway, because he explains the approach he has taken to solve the problems and that turns out to be very valuable. does a thorough job of breaking down different kinds of interview questions, from brain teasers to OO questions, and there's a good breadth of difficulty as well. Use simple examples to help thinking. So, take this book with a grain of salt. Gayle has worked for Microsoft, Apple and Google as a software engineer. Gayle Laakmann McDowel ゲイル・L・マクダウェル はソフトウェアエンジニアとして、マイクロソフト、アップル、グーグルに勤務した経験を持つ。 Before reading this book, I failed all four tech interviews with various companies, 2 bigger companies and 2 startups. Gayle has worked for Microsoft, Apple and Google as a software engineer. Of course, it just depends where you interview. My only gripe is that it seems like this book is more for the Java-enthusiast programmer who is dying to interview at Microsoft, rather than... This is a great interview prep book, and I would recommend catering your focus to the types of companies you're interviewing with. 米国で大人気のコンピュータプログラミングに関するベストセラー書(Cracking the Coding Interview: 189 Programming Questions and Solutions)の日本語版です。 I absolutely hate the way technical interviews are done for programmers. 目次(「BOOK」データベースより) 面接の流れ/面接試験の舞台裏/特殊な状況/面接の前に/行動に関する質問/ビッグ・オー記法(Big O)/技術的な質問/オファーとその後/問題/解法/より高度な話題/コードライブラリ/ヒント 著者情報(「BOOK」データベースより) マクダウェル,ゲイル・L.(McDowell,Gayle Laakmann)(マクダウェル,ゲイルL.) ソフトウェアエンジニアとして、マイクロソフト、アップル、グーグルに勤務した経験を持つ。

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You are graded not based on whether you answered all questions or not, but on how well you perform against other interview candidates. She currently resides in Palo Alto, CA. A different way to look at technical interview: it's not about solving the problem, it's about showing your thinking process and logic reasoning capabilities. You are graded not based on whether you answered all questions or not, but on how well you perform against other interview candidates. For example, the coverage of Bit Manipulation seemed a bit cursory, like it's an area that she's not super familiar with or comfortable with herself. Talk out loud so that your interviewer can be on the same page of where you are in your thinking process and can correct you if you go awry. But, if you want to work at the top tech companies in the world, you have to play the game, incredibly stupid and poorly aligned it is to the task at hand. Questions that are exactly the kind of things you get asked in coding interviews. For that reason alone, I'm giving this a 4 star rating :- This book is a must have for any software engineer. Questions that are exactly the kind of things you get asked in coding interviews. They get a shout-out as a data structure that basically doesn't show up in interviews, but I interviewed at 5 major tech companies after reading this book and Tries were the right solution in three of them. 監訳書に『世界で闘うプロダクトマネジャーになるための本』 マイナビ出版 、訳書に『ソーシャル物理学「: 良いアイデアはいかに広がるか」の新しい科学』 草思社 など多数。 。

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