When do I know that I am good enough to pass the Google coding interview?
I found this website a couple of weeks ago and since then I was kinda addicted to it. It is truly amazing how helpful many of you guys are.
I think like many other IT people, it's also one of my dreams to work at Google. Briefly, a little bit about my person. I am 24 years old and have a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. in Business Informatics. I did both studies on a part-time basis, so I've actually been working since 2013 for a small IT company. I started as a Linux system administrator (technical) and currently I am working in project management (less technical). I have to say that I don't have any coding experience at the moment. Just a little Bash, SQL etc. but I'm not counting that. :-)
My goal now is to dive more into the technical track, which means I want to learn Python.
That's why I'm currently taking a course at Udemy to understand all the basics of Python. Then I want to think about one or two projects based on my knowledge, which I could complete. After that, I am going to practice coding interviews on AlgoExpert (www.algoexpert.io), go through the book Cracking the Coding and browse a bit on LeetCode (https://leetcode.com/).
My question now is, when do I know, that I am ready for the Google Code interview?
Thank you in advance for the answers. :-)