Anyway, without wasting any more of your time, here is my list of topics you can prepare to boost your chances on Google, Amazon, and Microsoft programming job Interviews.
This is another crucial topic you need to prepare well for your programming job interviews, especially at big tech companies like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook. You need to have some ideas about how to design your solution from architecture to coding.
As a programmer, it’s Ok if you cannot write web apps using Django or React, but it’s Not Ok if you don’t know how a hash table works and when to use a list over an array? And, what advantages B-Tree offer over an array? Data Structure and Algorithms are the core of computer science and programming,
While it’s important to know the essential data structure like an array, linked list, and trees, it’s equally important to learn how to work with those data structures. If you don’t know the difference between linear search and binary search algorithms, and what it means to run in O(log n) as opposed to O(n^2), you need to spend some time learning algorithms.
Concurrency is one of the most desired skills by employers, and also one of the most advanced topics brought up in interviews. Because it shows your ability to design a program that efficiently uses resources but at the same time it’s a very tricky topic to master and that’s why interviewers love it.
As a software developer, working with a relational database is a critical skill that you’ll need, and it will stick with you no matter where you are in your career. Every company from small to large uses a DBMS, so it’s likely that you will come across different data models, type so databases (NoSQL and SQL), and dependencies on various companies.
While these five are definitely must-have skills for coding interviews, employers are nowadays also looking for modern tech skills like AWS, Docker, and Kubernetes, which makes them important topics for technical interviews.