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coding-interviews - 🎓 :octocat: Preparation resources for software and web technical interviews

  •    Javascript

This is a list of concepts it is important to learn in order to coding interviews at big companies and for jobs with really technical teams. Not all companies interview this way but many do or at least include CS fundamental and puzzle questions as part of their processes. Preparing for these types of interviews can be challenging and tedious. I created this repo as a collection of resources to help better understand where these questions come from. There are tons of resources out there so if you are looking to crack the coding interview, well, definitely read cracking the coding interview (links below) and review some of the sites and concepts below. I also recommend interviewing.io for doing live practice interviews to get you prepared.


  •    Java

How to read it: Player 1 won 7.00% of the time against Player 2. Player 2 won 52.70% of the time against Player 1. The total is not 100% because you have some draws. Now you should get (or compile from sources) referee for specific game and make it work together with brutaltester as stated above.

codingame-scala-kit - Create Better CG Bot in Scala

  •    Scala

I love Both CodinGame and Scala because they make programming fun. This kit achieves these goals through a source code Bundler which assembles source codes from different packages and files into a single one. Once we remove the constraint imposing us to code in one file, we can organize codes better and make them more reusable.

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