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Data Structures And Algorithms (Software Engine...


Fundamentals of multi-threading on multi-core systems.\nKnowledge of software fundamentals including design & analysis of algorithms, data structure design, and implementation, documentation, and unit testing. Excellent understanding of computer science fundamentals, data structures, algorithms and design patterns; Currently working as a hands-on developer in Java.




Data Structures and Algorithms (Software Engine...


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Extensive development expertise in Core Java, J2EE, Frameworks like Spring MVC, Webservices (REST), Hibernate and database concepts. Hands on experience with sound knowledge of Algorithms, Data structures and Design patterns; Experience in working with cloud platforms like AWS; Knowledge of Redis, MongoDb, NoSQL would be a plus


Fundamentals of multi-threading on multi-core systems.Knowledge of software fundamentals including design & analysis of algorithms, data structure design, and implementation, documentation, and unit testing. Excellent understanding of computer science fundamentals, data structures, algorithms and design patterns; Currently working as a hands-on developer in Java.


As a software engineer, it is important to have a strong understanding of data structures and algorithms. Go is a programming language that is gaining popularity in the software engineering world, so it is important to be familiar with the important data structure and algorithm concepts in Go.


I am working on a series of articles covering various topics on data structures and algorithms in Go. This series will range from introductory concepts to more advanced topics, and I hope it will be a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about these topics.


An algorithm engineer is responsible for improving AI applications, to help clients or employers identify patterns or problems in data sets. One of several high-profile artificial intelligence jobs, the role of an algorithm engineer commonly includes the creation, installation, and analysis of algorithms for evaluation purposes.


Data structures and algorithm questions are an important part of any programming job interview, especially one for Data Science and Java-based role. Sound knowledge of data structures and algorithms will help you stand apart from the herd. The following Data Structure interview questions will help you crack your next interview!


The Data Structure is the way data is organized (stored) and manipulated for retrieval and access. It also defines the way different sets of data relate to one another, establishing relationships and forming algorithms.


Linked lists are considered both linear and non-linear data structures depending upon the application they are used for. When used for access strategies, it is considered as a linear data-structure. When used for data storage, it is considered a non-linear data structure.


Dynamic memory allocation stores simple structured data types at runtime. It has the ability to combine separately allocated structured blocks to form composite structures that expand and contract as needed, thus helping manage data of data blocks of arbitrary size, in arbitrary order.


These DSA interview questions would give you an insight into what kind of questions could be asked. Although you can expect many of these data structure interview questions, you also need to invest some time into your learning curve. A good understanding of basic data structures and how to access elements from an array or linked list, or coding for data science, is equally important.


VisuAlgo was conceptualised in 2011 by Dr Steven Halim as a tool to help his students better understand data structures and algorithms, by allowing them to learn the basics on their own and at their own pace.


The most exciting development is the automated question generator and verifier (the online quiz system) that allows students to test their knowledge of basic data structures and algorithms. The questions are randomly generated via some rules and students' answers are instantly and automatically graded upon submission to our grading server. This online quiz system, when it is adopted by more CS instructors worldwide, should technically eliminate manual basic data structure and algorithm questions from typical Computer Science examinations in many Universities. By setting a small (but non-zero) weightage on passing the online quiz, a CS instructor can (significantly) increase his/her students mastery on these basic questions as the students have virtually infinite number of training questions that can be verified instantly before they take the online quiz. The training mode currently contains questions for 12 visualization modules. We will soon add the remaining 12 visualization modules so that every visualization module in VisuAlgo have online quiz component.


For other CS lecturers worldwide who have written to Steven, a VisuAlgo account (your (non-NUS) email address, you can use any display name, and encrypted password) is needed to distinguish your online credential versus the rest of the world. Your account will be tracked similarly as a normal NUS student account above but it will have CS lecturer specific features, namely the ability to see the hidden slides that contain (interesting) answers to the questions presented in the preceding slides before the hidden slides. You can also access Hard setting of the VisuAlgo Online Quizzes. You can freely use the material to enhance your data structures and algorithm classes. Note that there can be other CS lecturer specific features in the future.


Your phone screen will last between 45 - 60 minutes, likely on Google Hangouts. The Google employee will test you with coding questions related to data structures and algorithms. You will solve these on a Google Doc, using around 20-30 lines of code.


Data structures improve the efficiency of storing, fetching, and organizing data. Algorithms, which you can think of as sets of operations and instructions, are applied to data structures to get a desired output. Several top tech companies such as Google and Microsoft often have data structure and algorithm questions in their coding interviews.


LC questions focus primarily on data structures and algorithms (DSAs). It comes as no surprise that practicing those questions will force you to learn and brush up on your understanding of DSAs. When I learned the foundation of Python, I thought I understood the different data structures that I had learned until I had to put them to practice in solving LC problems.


I directly applied what I learned from at least two LC questions to those tasks. And they were completed successfully. Without knowing and understanding similar questions through LeetCode, I would have spent much more time studying the different data structures I needed to use and learned how to solve similar problems that have been efficiently solved by others.


Using a basic definition, software means computer programs and their associated documentation. Computer programs, in turn, consist of algorithms (or procedures) applied to various types of data. Software engineering emerged in the late 1960s as a new engineering discipline concerned with all aspects pertaining to software production. It encompasses concepts, principles, theories, techniques and tools that can be used for developing high-quality professional software. First introduced at the 1968 NATO Software Engineering Conference in Garmisch, Germany, software engineering emphasizes a systematic, disciplined approach to software development and evolution and typically applies to the construction of large software systems (or products) in which teams of numerous software engineers are involved.


Students who want to focus on software engineering are expected to gain and integrate knowledge from various subject areas including computer programming, data structures, algorithms, numerical methods, statistics, design patterns, human-computer interaction, computer graphics, information visualization, database systems, web development, software project management, and software engineering.


  • The Tesla Sensing Team is looking for a sensing software engineer with expertise in sensing algorithms, developing signal processing techniques and machine learning algorithms for new sensors, contributing to production level software on Tesla platforms to enable various features. The person in this role will need to be familiar with state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms and robotics algorithms, proficient with programming with good software engineering fundamentals, and work with hardware engineers and firmware engineers to develop efficient, and tightly integrated features. The candidate is also expected to be able to learn and adapt quickly to the fast-paced environment, get hands dirty in the lab or in the car for data collection and analysis, algorithm validation when needed to, and use it to root cause issues, and propose solutions. ","jobResponsibilities":"\tResearch and development of new sensing technologies, with a focus on software side.\n

  • \tDevelop signal processing techniques and machine learning algorithms for sensors.\n

  • \tUse common programming tools such as MATLAB, python, C++ to analyze data, develop algorithms and generate visualizations.\n

  • \tWork with hardware engineers and firmware engineers to develop efficient, and tightly integrated features\n

  • \tContribute to production level software on Tesla platforms to enable various features\n

  • ","jobRequirements":"Experience in Computer Science / Engineering, or other majors with strong relevant experiences such as machine learning, robotics, signal procesing.\n

  • \tStrong python programming skills, familiarity with common python packages\n

  • \tFamiliarity with machine learning algorithms, familiarity with robotics algorithms such as Kalman Filter, Particle Filter, SLAM. Strong training of math (probability, statistics, linear algebra).\n

  • \tDemonstration of good understanding of software fundamentals including software design, algorithm development, data structures, code modularity, and maintainability.\n

  • \tStrong fundamentals, critical thinking, results-driven, product-oriented mindset, self-driven, good communication skills and great learning capabilities.\nNice-to-have skills:\n

  • \tProficient with C++ programming and have experiences of large C++ projects\n

  • \tExperiences with sensing algorithms, hands on experiences with sensor hardware, such as radar, camera, ultrasonic, and lidar, and good understanding of sensor physics.\n

  • \tExperiences with training and deployment of deep neural networks on real world problems\n

  • \tExperiences with parallel processing and embedded systems\n

  • \tHands-on hardware bring-up, system debugging and code optimization, strong build, debug and test skills\n\n

","jobCompensationAndBenefits":"BenefitsAlong with competitive pay, as a full-time Tesla employee, you are eligible for the following benefits at day 1 of hire: 041b061a72


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