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Employed engineers, how do you allocate time to preparing for technical interviews?(r/cscareerquestions)
Thanks! Sure, so my primary materials were (some of these might be non-standard since I interviewed for data engineering roles too):
DS&A: Leetcode, Interview Cake, the Algorithm Design Manual, www.ardendertat.com/2012/01/09/programming-intervi…
SQL and data modeling: community.modeanalytics.com/sql/tutorial/introduct…, Kimball’s The Data Warehouse Toolkit www.amazon.com/Data-Warehouse-Toolkit-Definitive-D…
I had gone through CTCI before so I just skimmed it this time. Interview Cake isn’t mentioned too much here, but I found it very useful in internalizing heuristics and understanding the problem solving process.
I also did a lot of whiteboarding and practiced talking out loud. Let me know if you have more questions!