Visualizing Data Structures and Algorithms in Java (Updated 2/2020)

Visualizing Data Structures and Algorithms in Java (Updated 2/2020)
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 19:05:16
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Subtitles | Size: 14.7 GB

Learn Data Structures and Algorithms in Java through Animations and Implementations.

Crack the Java Coding Interview. What you'll learn

Step by Step approach to visualize Data Structures and Algorithms

Students will master in and out of Algorithms and Data Structures through visualization

Able to code Interview questions on Algorithms and Data Structures

Master commonly asked coding interview questions

Will able to solve dozens of different problems

Code an implementation of each data structure, so you understand how they work under the covers

Useful for cracking Big Job Hunters like Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Oracle, Facebook, Yahoo and many more

Useful for Competitive Programming, Competitive Examinations and Coding Contests etc


The basics of Java programming.

Any IDE - Eclipse, Netbeans or IntelliJ


Want to land a software eeering job in the IT industry? This course is here to help. The course walks you through multiple Java algorithms, data structures problems and their solutions with step by step visualizations, so that you are actually learning instead of blindly memorizing solutions.

The course covers in and outs of Data Structures and Algorithms in Java. Java is used as the programming language in the course. Students familiar with javascript, Python, C#, C++, C etc will also get to learn concepts without any difficulty. The implementation of various Algorithms and Data Structures have been demonstrated and implemented through animated slides. It covers many interview room questions on Algorithms and Data Structures. The questions and solutions are demonstrated by -

1. Animated slide. (To make visualization of algorithms faster)2. Coding algorithm on IDE.3. Source code

The course covers topics such as -

1. Arrays2. Matrix3. Singly Linked List4. Doubly Linked List5. Circular Singly Linked List6. Stacks7. Queues8. Binary Tree9. Binary Search Tree10. Graphs11. Priority Queues and Heaps12. Recursion13. Searching14. Strings15. Trie Data Structure16. Dynamic Programming

and many more ...

Who this course is for:

Bners to Algorithms and Data Structures

Java Programmers who want to learn Algorithms and Data Structures

Computer Science Students

Software working professionals who wants to learn Data Structures & Algorithms and get a job in top product based companies.




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