In this meetup, we will introduce ourselves & our host company, discuss the night's data structure or algorithm, & then split into small groups to work on related problems that are commonly asked in technical interviews. Laptops are welcome but not necessary; whiteboarding skills are best practiced with whiteboards & markers, or paper & pencil. A notebook is recommended.|
Before event - Check in at Cloudflare & sign their NDA
6:30pm - Grab snacks & get settled
6:45 - Welcome from event host & event leads, Introduce tonight's data structure
7:00-8:20 Whiteboarding & Algorithm Prep in small groups
8:30 - End of event
Event Leads: Emely Molina, Azure Burmeister
The focus for the evening will be Strings!
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