New LDBF52
Nov 10 13 Comments

should you stop doing leetcode even if you have a good job ?



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TOP 13 Comments
  • VMware lftl00
    Do you stop loving your wife after marriage?

    Nov 10 3
    • Sony / Data

      Sony Data

      Nov 10
    • New LDBF52
      So How much questions do you suggest? Considering I have a full time job?
      Nov 11
    • Broadridge / Eng wolfmonkey
      One per day is fine.
      Nov 11
  • NVIDIA / Eng ivwb44
    Imho, leetcoding is stupid. Learn actually useful things. Only leetcode for a bit before an on-site, only because that’s what interviews measure unfortunately
    Nov 10 0
  • Uber / Eng itsdara
    Leetcode is a way of life
    Nov 10 0
  • Uber &$/uehee
    Never be away from leetcode for a long time! That’s the lesson I learnt! You might think joining a great company would increase the probability of getting next job! Nope! Recruiters fan out the requests to all the engineers out there irrespective of whatever company they are in... all of them will respond or see what happens. You might be at a disadvantage compared to a candidate coming from an not so branded company because they might have all the time to LC. They make it very competitive to break down people and get a bargain!
    Nov 11 0
  • BigCommerce bG8fs0
    Not only should a samurai keep their sword sharp, they should also go out on their own, away from their lord, and fight on their own occasionally.

    So, not only should you prepare for interviews (which means leetcode in today's market) you should also occasionally actually go interview. About once a year is what I'm shooting for.
    Nov 11 0
  • Apple okpH67
    Have you heard of doing the needful?
    Nov 10 0
  • New LDBF52
    Should you not study other things (like ML/ new language) or do extra
    work at job?
    Nov 10 1
    • Salesforce peaceguy
      Both parallelly
      Nov 11
  • Amazon sekuro
    Worth doing in my opinion but no need to do tons of it. Maybe every few months try to do like thirty or forty over a couple weeks, or do a couple week more regularly.

    They are imo kinda fun once you get decent at them, and doing them continually will make it much easier to prep for interviews in the future.
    Nov 11 0
  • Microsoft ouenrhd
    You only value things during its absence
    Nov 10 0


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