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Dynamic programming is tricky and requires a lot of practice, and in our experience comes up ~10% of the time. Most algorithms books don't cover it in much depth, so this book fills in the gap and get you to that magic moment when it finally "clicks" and starts to make sense.
The OG resource for preparing for interviews at top companies. This book should form the foundation of your interview prep, because you will be asked something from it.
If you're interested in a new grad PM role, you'll be facing fierce competition--offer rates tend to be much lower than software engineer roles at the same level. Cracking the PM interview will help you prepare for the open-ended nature of PM interview questions and also help you gain a better understanding of what a PM does.
CodingInterview.io is our other project to make the
best interview prep tool for top tech companies. Instead of mindlessly
grinding Leetcode where you spend hours trying to undertand "ninja" one line
solutions, we break up questions by topic, difficulty, question type, and
company, and offer video tutorials
that show the step-by-step process to go from brute force to optimal
We're also developing additional tutorials on problem solving techniques (slow and fast pointers, sliding window, etc.), data structure and algorithm fundamentals, and useful standard libraries in your chosen interview language.