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45 minutes ago, bankris said:

I'm Bayya or Thambi.. dont know what I need to call you.. Been on very old legacy platform with a secure job. I need to move out of my safe zone. 

Please start one thread no... and post what to prep for that day.

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Presentation skills kuda importnant bhayya...may be look from that angle..okkosari manam thappu cheppina..the way you present makes a lot of difference... if it makes you feel any better...nenu a

Robert Sedgwick course era lo part1 and part 2 course start today enroll for free. 

Bhayya..I suggest...doing yourself.....ivanni paisal kottese bapathe...3 months tarvata evaru ninnu dekaru. Slow ga aina maname mana frnds cheppinattu ROb sedgewick, etc..online resources chuskoni che

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16 hours ago, RajaNarthaki said:

Em leetcode ra bhai....enni problems chesina confidence ravatledu...asalu nenedukaina panikostana ani na meeda nake doubt vastondi..3 microsoft .interviews dobbinai.... feeling down and depressed...ee erri p lo interview 6 months kastapadi 150 question solve cheste...ganta lo udchuko po annaru..phone interview lo.....problem solving better chesko annaru....antha generic statement iste etta....emanna pointers cheppandi friends..severe depression coming....

aa 150 questions different scenaros cover chesaya anedhi important bhayya apart from company specific questions in leetcode.

"Guide to Competitive Programming" by Antii Laaksonen lo unna all topics okasari covere chetshe bascis all covered. (download from libgen.rs) (ignore mathematcs, geometry etc avi elagu adagaru)

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6 minutes ago, karthikn said:

aa 150 questions different scenaros cover chesaya anedhi important bhayya apart from company specific questions in leetcode.

"Guide to Competitive Programming" by Antii Laaksonen lo unna all topics okasari covere chetshe bascis all covered. (download from libgen.rs) (ignore mathematcs, geometry etc avi elagu adagaru)

Are u talking abt this

https://cses.fi/book/book.pdf

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Just now, Anta Assamey said:

Ento me coding kastalu ...Brahmi-2_1.gif?1337103173

Try and see ...vasthey good for u lekapothey back to normal job .. ela anukoni  edho doing 

Brahmi-2_1.gif?1337103173

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4 minutes ago, Faang said:

Try and see ...vasthey good for u lekapothey back to normal job .. ela anukoni  edho doing 

Brahmi-2_1.gif?1337103173

Basic ga edo koncham basic... Javascript ... VB script.. SQL telusu... what is required for my job ani ante... Brahmi-2_1.gif?1337103173

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Just now, Anta Assamey said:

Basic ga edo koncham basic... Javascript ... VB script.. SQL telusu... what is required for my job ani ante... Brahmi-2_1.gif?1337103173

kontha mandiki adi kuda teledhu .. people who cannot write code to simply print hello world .. are doing two jobs :D  ..E thread one step above .. sincere ga skills develop cheskoni edaina try cheddam anedhi main point of discussion here :D 

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23 minutes ago, Anta Assamey said:

Basic ga edo koncham basic... Javascript ... VB script.. SQL telusu... what is required for my job ani ante... Brahmi-2_1.gif?1337103173

javascript lo kooda probs solve cheyyochu. Leetcode supports it. Get started vuncle

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18 hours ago, TruthTruth said:

In this db you see many people working for microsoft , amazon etc...okkadu leetcode solve cheyledu ...ayna amazon, ms kana job kottaru...ela? appatlo it was not this much tough ..ipdaina leetcode type questions adgite okkadu solve cheyledu 

coming to you...try try 20 interviews fail ayna...dont give up...you will get into those companies for sure..confidence kanpistandi neelo

 

Well said 

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kaburlu

think about how you can easily change jobs after you change jobs and all the long preparation. It would be hard to again read all the books etc..  I suggest to take notes in google docs or something to basically write notes for your self as to what you learn. This will help immensely later..

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Yeah system design is tough. In fact its tough even for people who work on real scalable products, because it is so subjective..

For System design  https://www.amazon.com/Principles-Transaction-Processing-Kaufmann-Management/dp/1558606238/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KWOI3GJ34NQ8&dchild=1&keywords=principles+of+transaction+processing&qid=1610519274&sprefix=principles+of+transa%2Camazon-devices%2C208&sr=8-1 is a nice one to get you good fundamentals..

https://www.amazon.com/Designing-Data-Intensive-Applications-Reliable-Maintainable/dp/1449373321/ref=sr_1_1?crid=D2Z4P6PDNU61&dchild=1&keywords=designing+data-intensive+applications&qid=1610586629&sprefix=Designing+Da%2Caps%2C223&sr=8-1

https://www.amazon.com/Database-Internals-Deep-Distributed-Systems/dp/1492040347/ref=sr_1_2?crid=20MU50RMABIVO&dchild=1&keywords=database+internals+petrov&qid=1610586676&sprefix=Database+internal%2Caps%2C223&sr=8-2

https://www.amazon.com/Database-Systems-Complete-Book-2nd/dp/0131873253/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3HKU0FUD6LCJV&dchild=1&keywords=ullman+database&qid=1610587362&sprefix=ulman+da%2Caps%2C228&sr=8-1 (basically after page 555. . when they talk about how to actually implement databse)

https://github.com/donnemartin/system-design-primer

http://henryr.github.io/distributed-systems-readings/

https://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/rvr/papers/OSDI04.pdf

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/publication/hints-and-principles-for-computer-system-design-3/

https://www.cs.rutgers.edu/~pxk/417/readinglist.html

http://christophermeiklejohn.com/distributed/systems/2013/07/12/readings-in-distributed-systems.html

http://aosabook.org/en/index.html

https://jepsen.io/consistency

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consistent_hashing

http://dsrg.pdos.csail.mit.edu/

https://martinfowler.com/articles/patterns-of-distributed-systems/

https://aws.amazon.com/builders-library/leader-election-in-distributed-systems/?did=ba_card&trk=ba_card

https://dancres.github.io/Pages/

https://timilearning.com/

http://muratbuffalo.blogspot.com/

https://github.com/theanalyst/awesome-distributed-systems

https://www.the-paper-trail.org/http://www.bailis.org/blog/

http://www.bailis.org/blog/

 

Apart from presentation, and doing the narrative well with system design - database & OS knowledge is very important for system design.. Lot of the principles are taken from there..

My intention with this post is to share some pointers and not to overwhelm with this info, and hoping its encouraging.

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Guys, this is.  very very very very very very very very very scary post.....

having 10+ year supporting automation tool BMC Bladlogic... andlLast 4 yrs, i am supporting Puppet Infrastructure in a large enterprise, on H1B contract job...

Want to get in to market, as DevOps

Please guid me... Trying to get AWS cert....

by reading this post... looks like I don't have life...

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kaburlu
1 hour ago, kaburlu said:

Yeah system design is tough. In fact its tough even for people who work on real scalable products, because it is so subjective..

For System design  https://www.amazon.com/Principles-Transaction-Processing-Kaufmann-Management/dp/1558606238/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KWOI3GJ34NQ8&dchild=1&keywords=principles+of+transaction+processing&qid=1610519274&sprefix=principles+of+transa%2Camazon-devices%2C208&sr=8-1 is a nice one to get you good fundamentals..

https://www.amazon.com/Designing-Data-Intensive-Applications-Reliable-Maintainable/dp/1449373321/ref=sr_1_1?crid=D2Z4P6PDNU61&dchild=1&keywords=designing+data-intensive+applications&qid=1610586629&sprefix=Designing+Da%2Caps%2C223&sr=8-1

https://www.amazon.com/Database-Internals-Deep-Distributed-Systems/dp/1492040347/ref=sr_1_2?crid=20MU50RMABIVO&dchild=1&keywords=database+internals+petrov&qid=1610586676&sprefix=Database+internal%2Caps%2C223&sr=8-2

https://www.amazon.com/Database-Systems-Complete-Book-2nd/dp/0131873253/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3HKU0FUD6LCJV&dchild=1&keywords=ullman+database&qid=1610587362&sprefix=ulman+da%2Caps%2C228&sr=8-1 (basically after page 555. . when they talk about how to actually implement databse)

https://github.com/donnemartin/system-design-primer

http://henryr.github.io/distributed-systems-readings/

https://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/rvr/papers/OSDI04.pdf

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/publication/hints-and-principles-for-computer-system-design-3/

https://www.cs.rutgers.edu/~pxk/417/readinglist.html

http://christophermeiklejohn.com/distributed/systems/2013/07/12/readings-in-distributed-systems.html

http://aosabook.org/en/index.html

https://jepsen.io/consistency

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consistent_hashing

http://dsrg.pdos.csail.mit.edu/

https://martinfowler.com/articles/patterns-of-distributed-systems/

https://aws.amazon.com/builders-library/leader-election-in-distributed-systems/?did=ba_card&trk=ba_card

https://dancres.github.io/Pages/

https://timilearning.com/

http://muratbuffalo.blogspot.com/

https://github.com/theanalyst/awesome-distributed-systems

https://www.the-paper-trail.org/http://www.bailis.org/blog/

http://www.bailis.org/blog/

 

Apart from presentation, and doing the narrative well with system design - database & OS knowledge is very important for system design.. Lot of the principles are taken from there..

My intention with this post is to share some pointers and not to overwhelm with this info, and hoping its encouraging.

 

to clarify this depth makes sense for folks interested in trying in FAANG like companies and applying for jobs involving distributed systems.

 

i don't think this applies to all job families such as DevOps, working on particular tech. etc..

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