System design interviews are now a standard. how you approach them makes all the difference.
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The most common question developers ask is "how should I approach the system design interview?". There are so many concepts, directions, pros and cons that one can't begin to describe all of them in 4 hours, let alone 45 minutes.
On Facebook’s career page they outline what it looks like to prepare for a system design interview and really what it boils down to is your knowledge of system design and your ability to articulate your thoughts.
Most developers struggle with the system design interview, partly because of their lack of experience in developing large-scale systems and partly because of the unstructured nature of SDIs. Even engineers who’ve some experience building such systems aren't comfortable with these interviews, mainly due to the open-ended nature of design problems that don't have a standard answer.
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When companies ask design questions, they want to evaluate your design skills and experience in designing large scale distributed systems. How well you do in such interviews often dictates your hiring level (and in some cases even salary). Hence, it’s in your best interest to have a plan and prepare for these interviews.
Rather than spending your time reading engineering blogs and scouring the internet for credible system design information, this course is a complete guide to master the SDIs, whether you have experience or not. It is created by hiring managers who’ve been working at Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon. Questions have been carefully chosen, and provide you a thorough experience to handle any system design problem.
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