SKILL PATH

Ace the C# Coding Interview

C# is a programming language developed and maintained by Microsoft and is used for desktop app and game development. If you're looking for a C# developer job and want to prepare for an interview, you're at the right place. This path will make sure that you have all the C# concepts at hand and have solved real-world problems. This path starts with data structure concepts and their implementation, along with C# concurrency concepts. Then, you'll move on to solving various real-world problems to prepare for the interview. By the end of this path, you'll have enough skills to leave a positive impression on the interviewers.

Ace the C# Coding Interview

125 hours

651 Lessons

Learning Objectives


Revise data structure concepts like arrays, linked lists, trees, graphs, and hashing.

Brush up on C# concurrency and multithreading concepts such as monitors and deferred callbacks in-depth.

Go over real-world problems to get coding practice for interviews.

Memorize coding question frequently asked at companies like FAANG.

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