Well there is a ton of content there. What was it you thought was new to you?
Can you narrow it down?
I mean in the middle it says:
You don’t need all these. You need only one language for the interview.
Ok, I have read more of this now and you definitely don’t need all this just to get hired.
I have never used a linked list before in a professional capacity but it is a technique which it would be nice to know. I only own a couple of books, I prefer online resources like videos and courses.
This looks like more content that my 3 year degree course! If I were you I would pick out bits you want to try but certainly don’t go through the whole thing. Total waste of time.
As far as sorting algos go. I doubt you will have to create one of those. Maybe in 1991 it was good to learn but not today.
Any other thoughts, answers, or comments to my question?
@anon52159105 I messaged you on gitter!
Hi, did you send as a private DM or mention me in a channel, looking for your message right now, I’m not on gitter very often these days.
Apologies. I messaged you a while ago (Dec '17). Did you pick anything out to study?
I have seen many sorting algorithm questions in interviews in the past year. You are not going to be developing sorting algorithms on a job, but they want you to be familiar with how they work and understand the time and memory complexity of each. This is more applicable to non-web development jobs, but I have seen a few of them on Full Stack Developer positions.