Get the job you want by gaining the interview skills you need
Landing a great programming job isn't a matter of luck; it's a matter of being prepared for the unique challenges of the technical job search. Programming interviews require a different set of skills than day-to-day programming, so even expert programmers often struggle if they don't know what to expect. This thoroughly revised and expanded third edition teaches you the skills you need to apply your programming expertise to the types of problems most frequently encountered in interviews at top tech companies today. Step-by-step solutions to an extensive set of sample interview questions simulate the interview experience to hone the skills you've learned. After you've worked through this book, you'll approach your interviews with confidence, knowing you can solve any problem that stands between you and the job you really want.
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John Mongan is a resident radiologist at UC San Francisco, conducting research in medical informatics. He has a PhD in bioinformatics and several patents on software testing technologies.
Eric Giguere is a software engineer at Google with over 20 years of professional programming experience. He has a master's degree in computer science and is the author of several programming books.
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Excellent resource. Opened my eyes after having not had to interview for 15 years, this really broke it down for me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Orph
I got this and "Cracking the Coding Interview". Overall I'd say "Cracking" covers more material and has more problems. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Lo
This book does not only give me very important information about the technical questions but also told me how to confirm the company cultures, and all details on the interview,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bing Zhu
best book for software developer position interview.
I would recommend it for any developer to refresh his algorithms and data structures knowledge.
It has methods of solving any problem they'll throw at you, and has a fantastic brush-up section on building data structures with C using linked lists. Read morePublished 4 months ago by aerqwrgvsdav
Even if you are not interviewing this book has merit. It is a great refresher in many areas of compsci and it gets your brain working. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Adrian Pomilio
emphasize on basic concepts and code snippet alongside make it perfect for beginners... the pictorial representations are also very helpful to understand.Published 6 months ago by Jaya
It's a nice book and it can give you an overview of what a programming interview is like and how to tackle it.Published 6 months ago by Dunyuan Chen