If you’re aiming for a top-tier tech job, you have to face the coding interview—and come out on top. And one sure-fire way to impress is to have dynamic programming down pat.
In today’s special guest post, Sam Gavis-Hughson guides us through his formula for solving any dynamic programming problem.
Take it away, Sam!
When it comes to coding interviews, not all topics are created equal.
Some are relatively easy.
What programming language should I learn first? The answer to this question depends on who you ask. If you ask Ben Collins, he’ll tell you to learn Google Apps Script.
Even if you haven’t heard of Google Apps Script before, there are some compelling reasons to make it your first programming language. In today’s special guest post, Ben is here to explain why.
Take it away, Ben!
Google Apps Script is a cloud-based scripting language for extending the functionality of Google Apps.
Want to build an Android app? Keep reading.
Recently, I came across PraneethVT’s Reddit post about how he built his first Android mobile app – a GPA calculator.
Seeing that he is a relative newbie to the programming world, I thought diving deeper into how he built his first app would be perfect for Learn to Code With Me.
Here’s a little bit about PraneethVT before we get started.
- He is a computer engineering college major
The foundation of any successful company—from startups to established big players—is being able to give customers what they want. And guesswork just isn’t enough to figure out what that is.
That’s why business analytics is such a critical field. It enables companies to know their users’ wants and needs.
In today’s guest post, Danielle Canstello explains what business analytics is, why it’s so valuable for modern companies, and what makes it a fantastic career choice for you.