Tip 1 : Bookmark the GFG Amazon Archives. It helped me a lot during my preparations. Reading other’s interview experiences is one of the best ways to get yourselves ready for the next job interview. Practice daily atleast 5 questions.
Tip 2 : Most commonly asked topics in Amazon Interviews ( as per the mail I received from my recruiter ) :
BFS/DFS/Flood fill, Binary Search, Tree traversals, Hash tables, Linked list, stacks, queues, two pointers/sliding window
Binary heaps, Ad hoc/string manipulations.
Tip 3 : Highly recommended sites for practicing questions ( usually practice medium and hard level questions) :
Leetcode (highly encouraged)
Geeksforgeeks (highly encouraged)
CodeZen( highly encouraged)
Tip 4 : This is a great bigocheatsheet that could be of great help https://www.bigocheatsheet.com/
Tip 1 : Mention past working experience in detail as how you were important to your previous company.
Tip 2 : Try to keep your resume to 1 page if work experience < 5 years
Tip 3 : Update your resume according to role you are applying for and never put false things on resume.
System design a live video broadcast platform.
Started with brief intro about both(5 mins), then he jumped into LP's(25 mins). This was very difficult since there was no video and he was grilling me real hard on this, so many follow ups and in one question, we went on to dicuss at API level.
OOD question, design a parking lot. Expectation was writing clean readable code using OOD principles.