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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. I bought this book recently and I am still looking at how this book is organized and have practiced some question in the book. The book is nicely organized and has the basics covered before the chapter starts. I read the reviews before but I want to tell the other people who want to but this book, that the topics that are covered before the chapter are just not enough to understand the concepts.

I read a review before which said it covers the topics nicely before the questions and assumed that it will have a lot of information.

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But, it just had bare minimum. For instance, if you are on graph and tree questions, all you will read in the theory part is that there are 2 graphs traversal algorithms BFS, DFS and just what they are. It will not explain the concepts. This is just an example in am discussing here, but the theory covers all areas you need to know before that chapter but just an introduction to them.

It DOES have introduction to all required concepts. I solved some questions, but I must say the way they have presented the solution is not something that I liked a lot. I mean I wanted to have more explanation of approach than to have some code. About the code, I feel it does miss out certain things.

If you try to work on with a particular algorithm, you might feel it is wrong but at times it just have some or the other thing missing.

So, watch out for that. These are just some mistakes that I found might be there are more. But, still it is completely worth to buy this book.

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I would recommend this book as it nicely covers a broad range of questions and yes the solutions too. In case you don't get idea for some questions you can refer to those. Also, for some questions they have multiple approaches which is kind of good. Overall I would say it a good book. One person found this helpful. If what you're looking for is just a short list of problems to get ready for whiteboard coding interviews, either book will be useful like many people, I bought them both.

However, Laakmann's insights into the interviewing mentalities at her former employers are specific and helpful. Not lengthy, but worth knowing if you're interviewing at one of those companies. It's important to keep in mind that none of these books will give you "the answers," but are mainly useful in becoming mentally prepared for certain types of quickly-solvable problems and strategies for dealing with problem-solving in a think-aloud context. As an aside, the Kindle edition has links that make it easy to flip back and forth between problems and solutions.

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I would expect a description of the solution, and not just the code. Do I have to debug through the code to understand how it works?! In my opinion, this is unacceptable. Barely started running the examples, and it took me a lot of time. For the first example 1. No comments or description of the code.

For the second example 1. As others have given reasonable coverage of the book's contents, I thought I'd chime in on how I prepared for my interviews at one of the big name companies this book mentions. Much more than memorizing answers, I found that interview prep is about getting in the right mentality. The mentality is a combination of being able to deeply communicate your experience with technical details , proving your passion for the field, and being able to have an engaging technical discussion with your interviewer that tells her something about your aptitude.

I used Gayle's two books to get myself into that mentality in combination with other online resources.

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Gayle's difference is that her writing drips with credibility, having been on both sides of the interview -- it also doesn't hurt that she's an awesome writer. Certainly work through the practice problems on the whiteboard and spend some time on glassdoor. If a candidate has unfeigned enthusiasm, it will help to build rapport with the interviewer and enhance the partnership. A partnership is the way you want to enter the interview You're supposed to make mistakes.

And you're supposed to hold a conversation with your interviewer much as you would a colleague, brainstorming possible ways to proceed.