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DATA STRUCTURES ALGORITHMS CODING INTERVIEW

Algorithms and Data Structures Online Training Institute

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•Time Complexity & Space Complexity – How to know the time of an algorithm?

•Overview – What are we gonna cover about Time Complexity & Space Complexity?

•Introduction – Why are these concepts so important?

•What is Big O? + O(1) Algorithms – Constant Time

•O(N) Algorithms – Example #1 – Linear Time

•O(N) Algorithms – Example #2

•O(N+M) Algorithms

•O(N*M / N²) Algorithms

•O(N² + N)? => O(N²) Algorithms

•O(N³) Algorithms

•O(logN) Algorithms

•Big Omega

•Big Theta

•Space Complexity – Part #1

•Space Complexity – Part #2

•Coding Interview Question & Answer – Part I

•Coding Interview Question & Answer – Part II

•Conclusion

•Quiz – What’s the Big O of this algorithm?

•1 question

•[OPTIONAL] Installing Eclipse

•Why Eclipse? Is it necessary?

•Eclipse Installation in Windows

•Eclipse installation in Linux

•Eclipse installation in Mac

•How to import the Downloadable Code examples in Eclipse

•[OPTIONAL] Basics about Java Syntax

•Introduction to Basics about Java Syntax section

•How to read the variables declaration in Java

•How to read a declaration of a method in Java

•Type Object & Type T (Generic Type)

•Two+ Methods with the same name

•Recursion

•Overview – Recursion

•Why is Recursion important? Why is it useful?

•Concept – Part #1

•[Downloadable Code] recursive example

•[OPTIONAL] Concept – Part #2

•Concept – Part #3

•[Downloadable Code] Sleep / Tell a Story Example

•Multiplication – Easy Example – Part #1

•Multiplication – Easy Example – Part #2

•Simple Example: Factorial

•How Recursion impacts Memory?

•Recursive Solutions vs Iterative Solutions

•Arrays & Strings

•Overview – Arrays & Strings

•Linear Search / Sequential Search

•Linear Search – Implementation

•[Downloadable Code] LinearSearch Implementation

•Binary Search / Dichotomous Search

•Binary Search – Implementation – Part #1

•Binary Search – Implementation – Part #2

•[Downloadable Code] Binary Search Implementation

•Mutable vs Immutable

•Two dimensional arrays (Matrix)

•Coding Interview Question – Permutation Problem

•Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – Solution #1

•Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – Solution #1 – TEST

•[Downloadable Code] Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – Solution #1

•Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – CONCEPTS for Solution #2

•Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – Solution #2 – PART ONE

•Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – Solution #2 – TEST & BUG FIXES!

•Coding Interview Answer – Permutation – Solution #2 – Space & Space Complexity

•Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – Solution #2 – FINAL IMPROVEMENT

•[Downloadable Code] Coding Interview Answer – Permutation Problem – Solution #2

•Linked List

•Overview – Linked List

•Introduction – Internal Structure of a Linked List

•How Linked Lists are stored in memory (RAM)

•Linked Lists vs Arrays

•Types of Linked Lists

•Basic Structure of Linked List – Implementation

•Searching in a Linked List – Theory

•Searching in a Linked List – Implementation

•[OPTIONAL] Searching in a Linked List – Testing the implementation

•Inserting at the beginning of a Linked Link

•Inserting at the beginning of a Linked Link – Implementation

•Methods get() & printElements() in a Linked List – Implementation

•[OPTIONAL] Inserting at the beginning of a Linked Link – Implementation (TEST)

•Inserting at the end of a Linked List with a Tail pointer

•Inserting at the end of a Linked List without a Tail pointer

•Inserting at the end of a Linked List without a Tail pointer – Implementation

•[OPTIONAL] Inserting at the end of a Linked List – TEST of the implementation

•Inserting in the middle of a Linked List

•Inserting in the middle of a Linked List – Implementation

•[OPTIONAL] Inserting in the middle of a Linked List – TEST Implementation

•Removing the first element of a Linked List

•Removing the first element of a Linked List – Implementation

•[OPTIONAL] Removing the first element of a Linked List – TEST Implementation

•Removing the last element of a Linked List

•Removing the last element of a Linked List – Implementation

•[OPTIONAL] Removing the last element of a Linked List – TEST Implementation

•Removing in the middle of a Linked List

•Removing in the middle of a Linked List – Implementation

•[OPTIONAL] Removing in the middle of a Linked List – TEST Implementation

•[Downloadable Code] Linked List Implementation

•ArrayList

•What is an ArrayList?

•How it works internally?

•Most common operations

•Stacks

•Introduction to Stacks

•Operations

•How to implement an Stack from scratch? – Part #1

•How to implement an Stack from scratch? – Part #2

•How to use Stacks in Java

•[Downloadable Code] Stack Implementation

•Queues

•Introduction to Queues

•How to implement a Queue from scratch – Part #1

•How to implement a Queue from scratch – Part #2

•How to use Queues in Java

•[Downloadable Code] Queue Implementation

•Hashing & HashTables

•Dictionary Example

•Overview – Hashing & HashTables

•HashMap vs HashTable in Java – Part #1

•HashMap vs HashTable in Java – Part #2

•HashMap Operations

•[OPTIONAL] HashTable/HashMap equivalent in Python, Javascript and Ruby

•[OPTIONAL] HashTable/HashMap equivalent in C++

•HashTables vs Arrays

•How a Hash Table works internally? – Part #1

•How a Hash Table works internally? – Part #2

•How a Hash Table works internally? – Part #3

•What is a Hash Function? How it works?

•Collisions and how are they handled internally – Separate Chaining – Part #1

•Collisions and how are they handled internally – Separate Chaining – Part #2

•LinkedHashMap

•TreeMap

•HashSet (Not a Hash Table!)

•HashTable Time Complexity & Space Complexity

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