With early college admissions under way for many universities around the country, we got to thinking: Which colleges have the best coders in the world?
Chances are, 11-year-old programmer Mari Machaidze is growing up in a pretty different world than you and me.
Alibek Datbayev’s journey to helping build the future of travel at Booking.com Nearly 38 rejections in the span of 2-3 months sounds rueful to the average person.
For nearly as long as companies have hired programmers, managers have asked engineering candidates to solve fundamental algorithm and data structure problems.
Last week, the renowned Gayle Laakmann McDowell, author of Cracking the Coding Interview and CEO of CareerCup.com, live streamed a 1-hour Q&A session in honor of this weekend’s Women’s Cup, an all-female online hackathon. She offered a wide range of valuable insights on how to prepare for technical interviews.
Why do engineers love to ask fundamental linked list and tree questions in interviews when you rarely code these problems in real-world development?
If statisticians have historically been leaders of data, why was there a need for a brand new breed of data scientists? While the world is exploding with bounties of valuable data, statisticians are strangely working quietly in the shadows.
It’s only a matter of time until the Common Business Oriented Language (COBOL) will regain its spotlight as one of the most in-demand skills of future generations of software engineers.
On May 31st, the legendary, wise and experienced Derek Kisman (aka SnapDragon) graciously answered dozens upon dozens of questions posted by passionate hackers via HackerRank Live for 6 hours!