I don’t have any job/work experience other than a few freelance and the university projects.
I want to prepare for the interview. My goal is to get a job, ASAP, in AI or ML or some related field. Going through the FCC learning path, I don’t feel like I am learning.
I have just completed the OOP section in JS. It feels like I still have to polish basics (OOP, data structure, algorithms, and database).
I haven’t been near any code for 2 years, I was think of going through some video lectures (to quickly revise) then practice a little.
And jump straight to Coding Interview Prep section. Would that be helpful?
Should I get started from Scientific Computing with Python and carry on from there? Skip what is in-between
What should I do ???
@naumanqamar I would suggest you to change the #general to #career to get more useful suggestions. Thanks!
Probably not the “same” situation, but as I have progressed I have felt a similar way. I normally just go back 10 lessons and go through it over and over. I can’t even count how many times I’ve ran through the “forms” lessons. It’s also good to keep in mind that with self-study, you can take as long as you need to with concepts.
Whenever I’ve find FCC tutorials dry or repetitive, I like to mix things up with other resources. I particularly like immersing myself in what is available and picking what I find most interesting. If you’re looking to learn ML/AI to get a job and need some additional learning resources or inspiration, I highly recommend:
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