A super useful guide for every interviewee 🚀💖

In this blog I will summarise the most important questions (technical, non technical) that will surely help you crack the interviews.

There are several roles like software engineer, android developer, programmer, analyst, python developer etc. For all these roles the common and most important points are :

  1. Good command on 1 at least one programming language
  2. Good problem solving, logical, reasoning, verbal ability etc
  3. Subject or domain specific question e.g if it is android profile job then you may be asked questions of android.

Commonly asked DSA interview questions

1. What are Data Structures?

Data…


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Learning from the #I am Remarkable initiative by Google aimed at motivating people to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond, I am writing my journey of Successes in this blog and I will share my definition of Success. Let’s see how much you agree with me!

What it mean to be successful?

Does it mean to be the topper of the room? Does it mean to be a domain expert? Does it mean to have a good government job? Or, a combination of all of these attributes?

I often get messed up with the definition of success. I believe in living my dreams and…


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In this blog, I will explain briefly What is Quarkus? , How you can get started with Quarkus? , What skills you need for contributing to Supersonic Subatomic Java- Quarkus?.

Quarkus

Let’s first understand, What is Quarkus ?

Quarkus is the latest addition to the Java world.

It’s a Cloud Native, container first framework for writing Java applications , initiated by Red Hat and is grabbing a lot of attention these days.

Java is one of the highly preferred programming language for developing softwares. However for many, java is not a suitable fit for building cloud native applications.


This blog is continuation of my previous blog in the Interview Preparation series 👩🏻‍💻 🚀.

In Part 4 of Cracking Dream Interview blog series, I will talk about “Must Practice Interview Questions of DBMS ”.

1. What is database and DBMS. Also, mention the different types of DBMS.

Database-

Database is organized collection of data .The data is stored and retrieved digitally from a remote or local computer system.

DBMS-

It allows the user to interact with database. It is a system software responsible for creation, updation and complete management of database.

Some DBMS examples include MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft Access, SQL Server, FileMaker, Oracle, RDBMS, dBASE, Clipper, and FoxPro.

The different types of DBMS are as follows:

  • Relational DBMS (RDBMS)- In this type…


This blog is continuation of my previous blog in the Interview Preparation series 👩🏻‍💻 🚀.

In Part 3 of Cracking Dream Interview blog series, I will talk about “Must Practice Interview Questions of Android| Top 35”

1. What is an Activity? Which method is implemented by all subclasses of an Activity?

An Activity is the screen representation of an application in Android.

It serves as an entry point for the user’s interaction. Each activity has a layout file where you can place your UI. An application can have different activities. For example, facebook start page where you enter your email/phone and password to login acts as an activity.

Below are the two methods which almost…


This blog is continuation of my previous blog in the Interview Preparation series 👩🏻‍💻 🚀.

In Part 2 of Cracking Dream Interview blog series, I will talk about “Must Practice Interview Questions of OOPs and Java | Top 35 ”.

1. What is Java?

Java is a high-level programming language.

It is cross-platform, object-oriented,multi-threaded programming language.


1. What is Heap Data Structure?

Heap is a special tree-based data structure in which the tree is a complete binary tree. It satisfies the heap property.It is also called as a binary heap.

Heap property:

In a max heap, for any given node C, if P is a parent node of C, then the key (the value) of P is greater than or equal to the value of C.

In a min heap, the value of P is less than or equal to the value of C. The node at the “top” of the heap (with no parents) is called the root node.

Generally, Heaps can be…


Let’s brush up the most important interview questions of SQL

1. What is SQL?

SQL : Structured Query Language

It is a language used to interact with databases e.g create database, create table, update table etc.It is standard language for relational database management system (rdbms). SQL is an ANSI standard.

Uses of SQL:

  • To insert records in a database
  • To update records in a database
  • To delete records from a database
  • To create new databases
  • To create new tables in a database

2. What is Database?

Database is organized collection of data.The data is stored and retrieved digitally from a remote or local computer system.

It is also collection of queries, views…


Today we will learn some important coding interview questions of Binary Trees. Quick recap of what binary trees are : Binary trees are a hierarchical data structures in which each node has at most 2 children generally referred as left and right child. Each node in a binary tree has 3 important components. Any guesses?

Binary Tree Data structure

Right! Each node contains these 3 important components :

  1. Pointer to left child
  2. Pointer to right child

Now, let’s jump to the highly important questions of Binary Tree Data Structures🚀

Question 1:

Find sum of all the numbers that are formed from root to leaf paths in a binary tree.

Didn’t understand? No worries, we will understand by an example.


Greetings to the worthy readers!

In this blog, I will share my experience of GirlScript Contributor’s Meet 2020 and some other programs with GS.

I came to know about GirlScript Foundation, from their Open Source Initiative, GSSoC’20. Being an Open Source Contributor I was very much excited for this program. I applied as an organizing member and mentor. Fortunately, got selected for both the positions on the basis of my past experience :D

It was the month of January I came across a post that says “Apply for GirlScript Contributor’s Meet 2020” on social media.

Saumya Singh

GHCI Scholar | International Open Source Award Finalist👩‍🎓 ️| SIH Winner

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