Our courses for Data Structure & Algorithms are taught in JAVA and C++ together. These courses are the steps to master your coding skills. Start with the basics of programming followed by advanced topics like Graphs , DP & competitive programming. The final piece of jigsaw is our list of question often asked in technical interviews.
Advance DS Algo taught in Java & C++. This course has quick revision of basic DS Algo in Java & C++ and competitive programming too. Additional classes will also be provided on OOP's & Pointers.
We cover a total of 600 most often asked questions in technical interviews. We also provide notes for OS, OOP's and Pointers, System Design. At the end of this course, we also conduct extra classes for projects which prepares a student to tackle any end in an interview.
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Interview prepration- Our coding bootcamp focusing on online coding challenges and competitive programming, delivered to best results with students getting placed in dream companies like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Tower Research, Goldman sachs and many more. Have a look at the best result from the best coding institute in Delhi.
Prepare for a technical interview with tips and techniques and interviews questions from students who cracked the coding questions of companies like Google, Microsoft & SAP labs and shared their positive experience with PepCoding.
Notes for topics like Operating Systems, DBMS and System Design. Special Development Classes which are aimed at Development of Projects. I joined PepCoding in the June-July 2019 Batch and after dedicated efforts of the team, I was able to grab a Day 0 Internship Offer from Tower Research Capital.
The foundation batch has ~50 lectures, covering the very basics and also solidly consolidating topics like DP, Graphs, etc., which are feared by students - beginners and seniors alike.The interview prep batch also has nearly the same number of lectures and is extremely helpful for cracking interviews of tech giants like Google, Uber, Microsoft, Amazon, etc. The course content is highly structured and is delivered with utmost efficiency.
I remember so many days when Sumeet sir couldn’t even complete 2 questions in a 4 hour class because he was discussing every student’s approach for the first question itself. OMG SERIOUSLY? ANY TEACHER COULD DO THAT? I CAN’T BELIEVE BECAUSE I HAVEN’T MET SUCH A HARDOWRKING, DEDICATED, BRILLIANT TEACHER EVER!
I join Pepcoding foundation batch on July 18 , before going to Pepcoding I only know about for-loop and if-else. Pepcoding helped me a lot to crack Amazon interview with greater ease.I attended all batches of Pepcoding:-1. Foundation – It consists of 50 classes which consists of basic questions from all topics(star printing to range-query) .50 classes breakdown as:
About a year ago, i used to be so stressed because i was in my sixth semester and placements starts from the begining of seventh semester. I had zero confidence on data structures and competitive coding. Bagging offers from tech giants like Oracle or Adobe was only dream back then. But my one decision of joining Pepcoding changed the game. I have done three courses from Pepcoding- Foundation, Level Up and Interview Prep, all three were taught by Sumeet Sir.
I took the Foundation course in February 2019 and then Interview Preparation in June 2019.The foundation course focuses on building logic and fundamentals of programming. It covers all the important topics of Data Structures and Algorithms that are essential for the interview point of view. These include arrays, strings, linked list, tree, graph, DP, range queries, OOPs, OS, DBMS, etc.
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