Hello every one .I am preparing for fresher Devops / Python developer .I have to prepare on SQL , Basic linux , Bash and Python .I have started working on python and start revising other skills .Regarding python i am confused how i shall prepare for data structure and algorithms .I have search many text on web but need really good advise .I want to show some basic projects in python and i want to be prepare from technical point of view too.Regarding SQL ,Basic linux and Basic bash i do not have to build up stuff so i am just revising and solving problems in it .My questions are
How do i carry my preparation interview oriented?
2.Although this will be for fresher position so how much I may learnt to get sure i am ready for interview?
3.Which data structure and algorithms i must prepare ?
Hello everyone .
I am in confusion regarding tech job preparation .I am going to commit myself full time towards it for 4-5 months . I have a plan to have front end + back end skills .Apart from that i am want to build a presentable app using python .I know i have to work on my data structure and algorithms etc .I have a plan to join below mention institute .They have system oriented work and projects with algorithms etc. There classes would be held for 2 hr 6 days in a week . And the rest of the day i am free . I have done BSc in Instrumentation
and i do not have CS degree . The training institute is Emblogic.
I have also join python meetups .
How to get hired at startup ?
Most of the Startup are acquiring people with skills and are not emphasising on CS degree.
I have to work on my front end skills too to increase my working domain .
How can i systematically take right approach towards it ?Can 4 months full time preparation would be near about to sufficient for industry level tech job ?
I’ve merged your two topics because despite being separated by a week, they’re roughly the same.
Please don’t create more topics asking for preparation material. If you haven’t gotten a satisfactory answer to the others you’ve posted, asking again won’t change things.
I think you’re already doing the best thing you can do. Coding with other people, making stuff, challenging yourself and having fun are great steps. Whether or not you get a job at a startup depends on too many variables for anyone to say, but just do the best you can and send your resume out to as many different opportunities as you can.