'Coding has over 700 languages', '67% of programming jobs arenâ€™t in the
technology industry', 'Coding is behind almost everything that is powered
by electricity', 'Knowing how to code is a major requirement for
astronomers', 'The first computer didnâ€™t use any electricity', 'Do you
know there is a coding language named â€œGoâ€œ', 'Computer programming is one
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same thing, thatâ€™s a majority', 'C programmers never die. They are just
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'The best thing about a boolean is even if you are wrong, you are only off
by a bit', 'Linux is only free if your time has no value', 'The computer
was born to solve problems that did not exist before', 'Coding has over
700 languages', '67% of programming jobs arenâ€™t in the technology
industry', 'Coding is behind almost everything that is powered by
electricity', 'Knowing how to code is a major requirement for
astronomers', 'The first computer didnâ€™t use any electricity', 'Do you
know there is a coding language named â€œGoâ€œ', 'Computer programming is one
of the fastest-growing careers', 'Fortran (FORmula TRANslation) was the
name of the first programming language', 'The first programmer was the
daughter of a mad poet', 'Many programming languages share the same
structure', 'Coding will soon be as important as reading', 'How many
programmers does it take to change a light bulb? None, thatâ€™s a hardware
problem', 'Why do Java developers wear glasses? Because they canâ€™t C',
'Software and temples are much the same â€” first we build them, then we
pray', 'An engineer will not call it a bug â€” itâ€™s an undocumented
feature', 'In a room full of top software designers, if two agree on the
same thing, thatâ€™s a majority', 'C programmers never die. They are just
cast into void', 'Knock, knock â€¦ Whoâ€™s there? â€¦ *very long pause* â€¦ Java',
'The best thing about a boolean is even if you are wrong, you are only off
by a bit', 'Linux is only free if your time has no value', 'The computer
was born to solve problems that did not exist before',

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Introduction to flowcharts, Decision making using flowcharts, Loops, Example problems

First program, Variables and data types, Taking input, How data is stored in memory, Arithmetic Operators

Introduction to If else, Relational and logical operators, Nested conditionals

While loops, Flow of execution of statements in while loop, Example problems using while loop

Introduction to patterns, Basic Patterns, Square Patterns, Triangular Patterns, Character Patterns, Reverse Triangle, Inverted patterns, Isosceles triangles

For loops, Break and Continue, increment - decrement operators

Introduction to functions, Working of function calling, Variables and its scope, Pass by value

Introduction to arrays/lists, How arrays/lists are stored in memory, Passing arrays/lists to functions

Understanding Binary Search, Selection sort, Bubble sort, Insertion sort, Merging two sorted arrays

Introduction to strings, storage of strings and theirinbuilt functions

2D lists, Storage of 2D lists, Example problems using 2D lists

Introduction to recursion, Principle of mathematical induction, Fibonacci numbers, Recursion using arrays, Recursion using strings, Recursion using 2D arrays

Order complexity analysis, Theoretical complexity analysis, Time complexity analysis of searching and recursive algorithms, Theoretical space complexity, Space complexity analysis of merge sort

Introduction to backtracking, Problems based on backtracking: Rat in the maze, Word search, and N-Queens.

Introduction to OOPS, Creating objects, Getters and setters, Constructors and related concepts, Inbuilt constructor and destructor, Example classes

Static members, Function overloading and related concepts, Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Virtual functions, Abstract classes, Exception handling

Introduction to linked list, Inserting node in linked list, Deleting node from linked list, Midpoint of linked list, Merge two sorted linked lists, merge sort of a linked list, Reversing a linked list

Introduction to stacks, Stack using arrays, Dynamic Stack class,Stack using linked list, Inbuilt stack, Queue using arrays, Dynamic queue class, Queue using linked list, Inbuilt queue

Introduction to Trees, Making a tree node class, Taking a tree as input and printing, Tree traversals, Destructor for tree node class

Introduction to Binary Trees, Taking a binary tree as input and printing, Binary Tree traversals, Diameter of binary tree

Introduction to Binary Search Trees, Searching a node in BST, BST class, Inserting and Deleting nodes in BST, Types of balanced BSTs

Introduction to Priority Queues, Ways to implement priority queues, Introduction to heaps, Introduction to Complete Binary Trees and its implementation, Insert and Delete operations in heaps, Implementing priority queues, Heap sort, Inbuilt Priority Queue

Introduction to Hashmaps, Inbuilt Hashmap, Hash functions, Collision handling, Insert and Delete operation implementation in hashmap, Load factor, Rehashing

Introduction to Tries, Making a Trie Node class, Insert, Search and Remove operation implementation in Tries, Types of Tries, Huffman Coding

Introduction to Graphs, Graph Terminology, Graph implementation, Graph Traversals (DFS and BFS), Weighted and Directed Graphs, Minimum Spanning Trees, Cycle Detection in Graphs, Kruskal's algorithm, Prim's Algorithm, Dijkstra's algorithm

ntroduction to Memoization, Introduction to Dynamic Programming, Fibonacci numbers using recursion, memoization and dynamic programming

Longest Common Subsequence (LCS) using recursion, memoization and dynamic programming, Edit distance using recursion, memoization and dynamic programming, Knapsack problem using recursion, memoization and dynamic programming

Why Competitive Programming?, How To Approach A Problem In Contest, Various Types Of Errors

Introduction to Recursion, Recursion and PMI, Fibonacci Number, Recursion and Arrays

Order Complexity Analysis, Theoretical Analysis, Linear Search time complexity, Insertion Sort time complexity, Selection Sort time complexity, Theoretical Analysis - Recursive Algorithms, Merge Sort Time complexity, Fibonacci Time Complexity Analysis, Space Complexity Analysis, Merge Sort Space Complexity Analysis, Fibonacci Space Complexity Analysis, Kadane's Algorithm

STL - Data Structures, STL - Functions, Hussain Set, Voters List, Permutation & Palindrome

Aggressive Cows, Inversion Count

Working of two-pointers and sliding window technique, Intuition behind Two Sum Problem Max sum of k consecutive elements and Longest Substring with At Most Two Distinct Characters

Introduction to Greedy Algorithms, Greedy Vs DP, Logic building for the problems like Fraction Knapsack and Activity Selection etc.

Introduction to Sorting Algorithms, working of Sorting algorithms like Merge Sort, Quick Sort Counting Sort etc and A problem based on Quickselect Algorithm

Binary Search and its implementation details, problems based on search on answer and problems based on search on input.

Generating all subsets and all Permutations using recursion and Logic building of Combination sum Problem

Introduction to Backtracking Algorithms, Recursion vs Backtracking and Logic behind popular problems like Rat in a Maze,N-Queens

All basic bitwise operators like (OR, AND, NOT, XOR, Left Shift and Right Shift) and properties of each of these operators Common operations done using these operators(like Set ith bit, Count Set Bits)

Checking whether a number is prime or not in sqrt(n) time Sieve algorithm, Segmented Sieve problemâ€™s solution, Euclidâ€™s algorithm, What are LDEs and how to solve them using Extended and Euclidâ€™s algo

Modular Arithmetic Properties, How to find Modular Inverse, How to find number of solutions of LDEs and Eulerâ€™s Totient Function

Exponentiation and Modular Exponentiation Matrix Exponentiation, How to find Nth term of a recurrence relation using Matrix Exponentiation and How to find Nth term of Fibonacci Series

Non-Deterministic Primality Tests, Fermat's Theorem, Miller Rabin Test and its Deterministic Version, Wilson's Theorem and Chinese Remainder Theorem

Basics of Dynamic Programming(Introduction, Need) and Memoization vs Tabulation Method Optimization of recurrence relation (overlapping subproblem) into DP- Solution 2-dimensional DP Solution

The intuition behind problems like LCS, LIS(How to build logic), Further Optimization of Dynamic Programming Solution using Segment tree or binary search Multidimensional(3D,4D) Dp Solution Conversion of DP-State into DP-Transition and vice-versa

Algorithms based on Tree DP including Binary Lifting, Re-rooting(In-Out) DP, Algorithms based on Graph DP and Algorithms based on Digit DP

Introduction to Disjoint Set Data-Structure, need and Applications of DSU, find and Union Operation and union by Rank and Path Compression Technique

Introduction to Trees(different terminologies related to tree, need of non-linear data structure, applications), various Tree Traversal Techniques, N-ary vs Binary Tree and Concepts based on n-ary tree

Introduction to Eulerâ€™s Tour, Technique(Construction and Properties), Introduction to Moâ€™s algorithm, Problems based on Tree Queries like Subtree Queries and Path Queries

Introduction and Basic terminologies of Graph, DFS and BFS, Finding Path Between Two Nodes, Detecting Cycle in Graph and Topological Sorting

Minimum Spanning Trees, Kruskal Algorithm Prims Algorithm, Explaining Dijkstra Algorithm, Bellman-Ford Algorithm and Floyd Warshall Algorithm

Bipartite Graph Test, Introduction & Applications of SCC, Tarjan's Algorithm for SCC and articulation points and Bridges-what are they how to find them

Introduction to Combinatorics, revising Permutation and Combination, Combinatorics-nCr, nPr and Binomial coefficient etc

Catalan Number, Inclusion-exclusion, PigeonHole Principle and Application of Combinatorics Technique

Introduction to Computational Geometry, Distance of a Point from a Line,Collinear Points, Intersection of Two line segment and Circle line intersection

Area of Polygon, Convex Hull- Algorithm & Applications

Game theory-game states, Nim game and Sprague-Grundy theorem

Strings Data Structure and their huge, Importance in CP Pattern Matching basics, Rabin-Karp Algorithm, Longest Prefix Suffix explanation and KMP & Z-Algorithm

Manchester Algorithm and Introduction to Suffix Array, LCP Array

Introduction to Trie Data Structure, Search, Insert & Deletion using Trie and Applications of Trie Data Structure

Introduction to Range Query Data Structure Segment Tree i) Explaining use case ii) Showing implementation range query, point update, range update(Lazy Propagation)

Fenwick Tree i) Explaining use case ii) Showing implementation range query, point update, range update Sqrt Decomposition i) Explanation, Implementation Moâ€™s Algorithm i) Online Query ii) Offline Query

Introduction to Bit Masking Its Usage(related to Dp) and Representing subsets, DP+Bitmasking Problems

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Amazon

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LinkedIn

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Adobe

Software Engineer

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Adobe

Software Engineer

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Google

Software Engineer

I enrolled in Coding Ninjas' competitive programming track which consisted of 3 courses: Introduction to C++, Data structures and Algorithms with C++ and Competitive programming. All the courses are well structured and taught by excellent instructors. Apart from this, I also loved the CodeStudio practice platform of Coding Ninjas. I would strongly recommend one to take data structures and algorithms course here at Coding Ninjas if one is aiming for big product based companies like Amazon, Facebook, Intel, Qualcomm etc.

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Visa

Software Engineer

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Microsoft

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Jivox

Software Engineer

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