Data Structures & Algorithms Interview Questions You’ll Most Likely Be Asked
- 200 Data Structures & Algorithms Interview Questions, Answers and proven strategies for getting hired as an IT professional
- Dozens of examples to respond to interview questions
- 77 HR Questions with Answers and proven strategies to give specific, impressive, answers that help nail the interviews
- 2 Aptitude Tests download available on www.vibrantpublishers.com
Pages: 212 pages
Paperback (ISBN): 9781946383068
eBook (ISBN): 9781946383075
Trim Size: 5.5” x 8.5”
Category: Computers / Algorithms
Author: Vibrant Publishers
Data Structures & Algorithms Interview Questions You’ll Most Likely Be Askedis a perfect companion to stand above the rest in today's competitive job market. Rather than going through comprehensive, textbook-sized reference guides, this book includes only the information required immediately for an ongoing job search for an I.T career. This book provides a compact yet comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms in Java that will help job aspirants give targeted, clear answers.
The book contains:
• 200 Data Structures and Algorithms (DSA) Interview Questions, Answers and proven strategies for getting hired as an IT professional
• Dozens of example responses to interview questions
• 77 HR Questions with Answers and proven strategies to give specific, impressive, answers that help nail interviews
• 2 Free Aptitude Tests online-download from www.vibrantpublishers.com
About the Author
About the Author
Vibrant Publishers is focused on presenting the best texts for learning about technology and business as well as books for test preparation. Categories include programming, operating systems and other texts focused on IT. In addition, a series of books helps professionals in their own disciplines learn the business skills needed in their professional growth.
Vibrant Publishers has a standardized test preparation series covering the GMAT, GRE and SAT, providing ample study and practice material in a simple and well organized format, helping students get closer to their dream universities.
About the Series
About the Series
This book is part of theJob Interview Questions series that has more than 75 books dedicated to technical interview questions and answers for different interview subjects and HR-related topics.
This series of books has been written by experienced placement consultants and subject matter experts. Available in paperback and ebook form as well, these IT interview questions will help job aspirants ace their interviews and start their dream career.
This book is for the small business person who is working with a small staff and needs to keep as much of the business work in-house as possible. That is where these concise, very well written books fill a tremendous void.
Initial impression is Impressive.
Contents are good. Im reading this book and will update review soon.
The book is divided into 2 parts the first part has Q&As on Data structures and the second part has Q&As on Algorithms.
Data structures section covers arrays, stacks, queues, , lists, hash data structures, trees, sets and graphs.
On an average, each chapter has about 16 questions.
The questions test your theoretical and practical knowledge and answers explain the concept or the process in detail. The Algorithms section is also as elaborate as the Data structures section. Chapters are divided into questions on general concepts, search algorithm, sorting algorithm, and Huffman coding.
Questions include how to write algorithms for different scenarios which is very useful for a programmer.
This is another example of an excellent series of books. It contains the right information and it is organized in a manner that is easy to read. The HR questions are also excellent.
Assume that there are few days left for your interview and you need to revise all the theoretical concepts of data structureThen this book is really nice to go through! Not awesome but it is easy to revise everything in short time.
In terms of answers I am not very satisfied but yes the questions although very basic but are really helpful !
This book is equipped with a very nice set of basic as well as mediocre level questions which will definitely help you out in revising the questions for job interview if you are pursuing a degree in computer science as well as if you are preparing for your exams .This book covers almost all important topics and youll also get an idea of what you need to cover. Also the book has a bunch of HR questions which will open up your thinking.
The small size makes it easy to read and go through because definitely it would be tiresome to revise from a book like Cormen Algorithm analysis and design with almost or above 1k pages! (Yes Ive read it also)
It is worthy to own this book,I would give it 3.7 stars out of 5 ,1 star drop because of okayish answering pattern (The answers could have been much better) and 0.3 for the questions I felt important but were not discussed!
If you are pursuing computer science degree then yes its a useful book !
Interviews prove to be a nightmare and can be very frightening, at times. It is like to ace it, to bag your dream job, you ought to be the perfect one. You need to be good at presenting yourself with your knowledge and articulate it well right in front of your employers.
Data Structures & Algorithms by Vibrant Publishers is a short book that compiles the basic information about the topic in the form of questions and answers. The concepts behind them are put in a very lucid language that is comprehensible and appropriate from the interview point of view. It starts with explaining the basics of data structures such as types of data, sorting algorithms, practical applications, etc. It goes on to explain the types of data structures in detail with examples. At places, youll find relevant C programs which make it easier for the readers to understand the topic and lean its applications. I liked how the complex subject has been put forth in a simple manner. Given the fact that I absolutely dislike technical stuff, I actually liked going through this book. It was because things are not presented as mundane and verbose sentences but easy to understand language which connects even with a newbie. Also, the book stands out as a good source to tool yourself with knowledge at the last moment because of its preciseness and conciseness. However, the book could only be of help to you if you are already aware of topics. It is best for a quick revision and recapitulation. What follows the world of data structures and frightening algorithms is a wide array of relevant and mostly asked HR questions. The answers and the right strategy to answer them are also provided which is indeed interesting and informative.
Although the book is enough, I felt that in initial chapters, more examples should have been added to supplement the theory so that the book could help its readers well.
In all, the book is the appropriate one to refer to for the students preparing for technical interviews. I am sure youd benefit from it.