We neatly divide our material into crash courses so you only focus on what you need. Get better at technical interviews and level up as a developer every day with our newsletters and interactive courses. Chronological order recommended but not required. Courses are added to and updated on a weekly basis.
We start with Interview Essentials! These critical courses are the bedrock of the AlgoDaily platform. The overwhelming majority of our students will need to go through an algorithmic coding interview, or a systems design or architecture interview. If you're limited on time, follow these curated guides to get to mastery quickly.
10,231 users have taken this course.
We start with a crash course on the overall strategy for landing your dream software engineer job, with technical interview preparation being the largest piece. In this one-section crash course, you quickly learn:
For those who want a st...
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The O.G. of all of our material, this jam-packed course presents all the necessary data structures and algorithmic concepts you need to know for any whiteboard interview.
With our award-winning visual and interactive method, we break down tough and complex algorithms into simple steps you can follow. Data structures become your friend once you see them in action, and understand the beauty ...
2,475 users have taken this course.
Systems design is the process by which we, as engineers, make decisions regarding the elements of a complex application. These system elements-- such as the data models and structures, the overall architecture, how we think about modules and components, and the different interfaces of those components-- have to be carefully thought through.
We want our designs to ensure speed, reliability,...
1,418 users have taken this course.
Use this course to re-familiarize yourself with the fundamentals of programming languages: variables, loops, arrays, dictionaries, etc. While it serves to be a refresher for more experienced engineers, beginners can also use it to get back up to speed.
We largely consider this course optional if you have significant experience in your language of choice. For the most part, we use
984 users have taken this course.
User interfaces are becoming increasingly complex, especially on the web. Frontend engineering questions are now fair game for all software engineers, as your user experience will be compromised until you've mastered this area.
To help you master frontend interviews, we've assembled tutorials on the most important topics. We cover topics like
TypeScript fundamentals, frameworks ...
28 users have taken this course.
SQL is the standard language used to design, create and manage relational databases. Relational databases are made up of a set of tables containing rows and columns of data. Each column in a table represents a category of data, and each row contains a value for each of the given columns.
We will point out the best ways to get started with learning
SQL, and we will define the basic things...
157 users have taken this course.
Software engineering is best played as a team sport, and collaboration among many developers creates complexity when building software. As an industry, we've created an impressive set of tools around code reviews, merging code, managing configurations, releasing, and clean deployments. This crash course introduces you to some of these tools.
The DevOps approach combines software development ...
264 users have taken this course.
In this series, AlgoDaily is presenting to you, the hottest topic of this era, Machine Learning. Throughout this series, you will be starting from scratch, and slowly learn from basic to advanced algorithms of Machine Learning. We will walk you through a lot of popular Machine Learning frameworks like NumPy, Scikit-learn, TensorFlow, Keras, etc. So get ready to start your awesome ride to th...
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This next AlgoDaily course will describe the fundamentals of
Object Oriented Programming and
Object Oriented Design to you in the simplest way possible. It's a series of lessons that will start from the basics of classes as blueprints and objects as buckets, and move through advanced topics like Object Oriented Design Patterns, UML diagrams, Adapters, Interfaces, etc.
**OOP Interview Quest...
639 users have taken this course.
Once you've covered the big pieces of technical interviews, you want to be prepared for any language and ecosystem-specific gotchas. After familiarizing yourself with algorithms, systems design, OOP, and frontend-- make sure you've got your bases covered by reviewing the cheat sheets for your unique situation.
We made this into its own crash course because most students will need to review a...
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This is a course designed to take someone who's just learned the fundamentals of programming, and guide them into building a simple web application. Over time, we'll keep building features and payment integrations until it's a profitable SaaS web application.
Assessment of your soft skills, leadership experiences, and how you vibe with your current and future teammates are all fair game. Behavioral questions, and the stuff that surrounds the technical interviews (like getting referrals, writing a good resume, knowing what to look out for, etc.) are significant parts of the software engineering recruiting process. We break down what you need to know in the following crash courses.
1,489 users have taken this course.
Software engineering is defined as "the use of engineering fundamentals within the field of software development". The primary goal is the creation, improvement, and maintenance of (hopefully useful) software.
To break in, there's a number of non-technical things to consider: how your resume looks, what roles to apply to, how to frame your past experience, what text editor to use, etc.
93 users have taken this course.
So you've done it, and the written offer letter is in your hands. What now?
This is a section covering what to do after landing the offer, with some tips around choosing the right company for you and figuring out what's next. We also dive into how to maximize your deal with your employer, and how to ensure you have a long, thriving development career.