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Recruiting for the first time in 4 years with 3-4 YOE, how should I plan out my time?
1 project | reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 25 Jan 2022
(1.5 months) Read through cracking the coding interview to brush up on DS/alg while going through system design primer to get an intro into system design
How I approach Systems Design Interviews
1 project | reddit.com/r/ExperiencedDevs | 17 Jan 2022
Resources to study distributed and high fault-tolerant systems?
1 project | reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 16 Jan 2022
Improving system design skills for interviews
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ExperiencedDevs | 16 Jan 2022
- https://github.com/donnemartin/system-design-primer2 projects | reddit.com/r/ExperiencedDevs | 16 Jan 2022
So, now I am looking at ways of improving my system design skills. After some time on google I have found a few interesting links like https://github.com/donnemartin/system-design-primer and https://www.educative.io/courses/grokking-the-system-design-interview. My current plan is to go through the first link using short timeline, and go from there.
Moving from a place using legacy tech to a "modern" one
1 project | reddit.com/r/ExperiencedDevs | 15 Jan 2022
Regarding scalable systems, I am going through The System Design Primer, and trying to learn about scalability as much as possible. However I am wondering, is it true that to master this concept I have to work on large-scale "busy" systems, which only certain companies have?
Books you would recommend to a rising backend engineer?
1 project | reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 14 Jan 2022
My Attempt at a Comprehensive Interview Study Guide (WIP)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/leetcode | 12 Jan 2022
Also check out the system design primer on github
Warning - Systems Expert (by the AlgoExpert guy) is super overpriced. Here are a couple free alternatives.
1 project | reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 9 Jan 2022
System Design Primer Repo on GitHub - I assume everyone already knows this resource but I’ll just link it anyway. This is an amazing repo that goes through all the core concepts of system design interviews and provides tons of links for additional reading. If you’re completely new, this is should be your starting point.
I can't do leetcode.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 9 Jan 2022
What are some alternatives?
RELATE - RELATE is an Environment for Learning And TEaching
awesome-interview-questions - :octocat: A curated awesome list of lists of interview questions. Feel free to contribute! :mortar_board:
interview - Everything you need to prepare for your technical interview
devtron - Software Delivery Workflow For Kubernetes
manim - Animation engine for explanatory math videos
pymodbus - A full modbus protocol written in python
grok_sdi_educative - Grokking the System Design Interview Course
szurubooru - Image board engine, Danbooru-style.
lowtran - LOWTRAN atmospheric absorption extinction, scatter and irradiance model--in Python and Matlab
developer-roadmap - Roadmap to becoming a developer in 2022
pytak - Python Team Awareness Kit (PyTAK) is a Python Module for creating TAK clients
FFXIV-Craft - An FFXIV Queue Crafting System/manager