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How to Solve Any Code Challenge or Algorithm

“Know algorithms!” When you’re searching for jobs in tech, this is frequent advice. Most articles about algorithms and coding challenges seem to recommend practicing them so much that you‘ll recognize almost anything an interviewer might ask you. Practicing algorithms and explaining the solutions out loud are very important — you want to be able to explain your ideas — but problem solving in software and web development requires more than rote memorization.

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James Dorr

James Dorr

Full Stack Web Developer, former English as a foreign language teacher and volleyball coach. All views and opinions are my own.

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