CSEfag here about to go in second year. Haven't stsrted studying for placements so please recommend some good C++ course for that and I have a question. Is it important to install Linux/GNU? Can't I just make it work with Windows? If, I have to install it then which Distribution? >Inb4 Gentoo I know about that meme I have heard Ubuntu is good. I have also heard of Pop!_OS from LTT and Arch OS from lurking here.
>>11339 Tiling window managers is really good for coding. I'd recommend Debian Testing as it doesn't require much knowledge to install. For C++ just do leetcode problems and maybe check open source projects and try to understand them. Learn emacs or vim, they will make your work highly efficient. t.codemonkey 127811
>>11339 No need to install linux. Windows has built in linux. Search WSL2. For C++ , get a book from library and complete it. After that go to geeks4geeks and learn sorting algorithm : bubble, insertion, selection, merge, quick. Then learn binary search. After that start implementing abstract ds like linked list, stack, queue, bst. After you get comfortable with this login to leetcode and start solving easy questions. After 60 questions move to medium one. If you solve 100 questions and you are doing btech, you will easily get 8-10lakh package.
>>11343 Then solve 100 medium and 50 hard. Check out the geeks4geeks algorithm section. Also focus on DP. You should be able to solve most dp questions. You are now at 20 lakh. You can try FAANG and go near 50lakh but it would be really difficult.
>>11342 >>11341 https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfqMhTWNBTe0b2nM6JHVCnAkhQRGiZMSJ Is this unironically a good course? >Inb4 Aman Dhattarwaal Bad
>>11345 The topics he cover are complete and will get you a job. But it depends on you. If you like find it easy to learn from videos then do it.
>>11346 I'm more of a I need to be spoon fed learner tbh. If there's any better course then please link it.
>>11342 >If you solve 100 questions and you are doing btech, you will easily get 8-10lakh package. >Muhhh b-tex Absolute state of zoomers, either you're a btech IT coolie working 15,000/month job or a faggot who wasted his life preparing for extrance exam for a "Rank" college thinking somehow it would matter.
>>11348 Cope faggot. Amazon and adobe picked multiple students from our college for 50lakh and 20lakh package respectively. Average package is 7 lakh. Only chamar like you who cant do programming get the 3 lakh package. Its not your fault , you jist never realised that you were never made for IT.
>>11350 >t. "Engineer" Working for Rs.15,000/month while he flexes his college "Rank" 5 times/day. BKL literally half of the "b.takes" graduates are unemployed, just stop coping. >muh the neighbour of my neighbour got 50 lundpm shekel pekez
>>11352 Half of them are unemployed because it was not meant for them. I got into coding when I was 13 and was always interested in computers. That's why I choose CS. Because I was made for it(high IQ). You bhangis join these courses for money. 90% of my class is like you. Can't solve a single thing and have motivation to do something. I still have more than a year left in the college and I already have multiple offers lined up from companies. The minimum one is 7lpa. And no, my college is shit too. I'm just better.
>>11353 Lol. IT job is the easiest and least time consuming job. You really only work for 2 hours per day. That's it. The rest of the time is spent on social media and gaming lol.
>>11356 @heavenforcoders @nboardjobs Join on telegram. Lots of jobs are posted there. The main strategy for job hunting is to apply to ever possible job listings, till you are a fresher. I don't know about all the companies but most of them are only interested in DS/Algo + aptitude questions. Even the companies that hire for web dev use DS/Algo online test to filter out candidates. Then in the interview they come to the web dev part. You can practice aptitude questions from indiabix.com
>>11356 If you have already graduated then you should pick some youtube videos and build out a portfolio. Searh "fullstackopen". It teach react and all latest web technology. Or just youtube , build stuff and apply for job.
>>11339 >Placement master every question from this: https://github.com/anushka23g/Complete-Placement-Preparation projects: web dev is almost compulory. get some course and get good a any stack. core subjects: GATE notes >beyond placement Contribute to Open source projects Participate in CTFs Regular in hackathons Read classic books DIY projects >High IQ tier Master Discrete Mathematics Solve Euler Project Read Philosophy Participate in seminaars >GOD Tier Create OS
>>11371 Thanks a lot anon kun! Also I want to ask you that I have been told to take any two online platforms for practicing coding. One will be Leetcode but don't know about the second. Suggest one.
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