Educative - Grokking the Low Level Design Interview Using OOD Principles

Educative - Grokking the Low Level Design Interview Using OOD Principles

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Course Overview


With hundreds of potential problems to design, preparing for the object-oriented design (OOD) interview can feel like a daunting task. However, with a strategic approach, OOD interview prep doesn’t have to take more than a few weeks.

In this course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of object-oriented design with an extensive set of real-world problems to help you prepare for the OOD part of a typical software engineering interview process at major tech companies like Apple, Google, Meta, Microsoft, and Amazon.

By the end of this course, you will get an understanding of the essential object-oriented concepts like design principles and patterns to ace the OOD interview. You will develop the ability to efficiently breakdown an interview design problem into multiple parts using a bottom-up approach. You will be familiar with the scope of each interview problem by accurately defining the requirements and presenting its solution using class, use case, sequence, and activity diagrams
Takeaway Skills

An understanding of the essential object-oriented concepts like design principles and patterns to ace the OOD interview
The ability to efficiently breakdown an interview design problem into multiple parts using a bottom-up approach
Familiarity with the scope of each interview problem by accurately defining the requirements and presenting its solution
Learn to design class, use case, sequence and activity diagrams of the interview problems
Hands-on experience to create sequence and activity diagrams for the interview problems
Explore the implementation code of each designed problem using multiple programming languages (Java, C++, C#, Python, and JavaScript)
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Satoru Gojo
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