Job Bytes is your pocket cheat sheet to the programming interview! This handy pocket guide is compiled from interview questions that have been asked to job candidates at real companies. All the questions, answers and code are written by a software industry veteran with over a decade of experience.
Use it on the train, on the bus or in the car on the way to the interview. Sitting around in the interview room? Or waiting for the interview to start? Pop open Job Bytes and start brushing up on some popular coding questions. All the most commonly asked questions are here.
Awesome features include:
• Four very popular topics: Algorithms, Sorting, Trees and Data Structures.
• Favoriting, so you can save your questions and easily find them later.
• Over 70 code samples (written in Python).
• Full screen code view in portrait or landscape mode.
• Syntax highlighting makes it super easy to read the code.
Job Bytes is sure to get you through that next coding interview. Don't leave home without it!
Made full app available, no more In App Purchase required
Ratings and Reviews
Handy pocket tool! Want more...
I like the convenience it offers for code snippets in your pocket. Currently it offers in so purchase for more advance snippets. I could like a beginner package covering the top 25 or so methods starting out. Yes fizz buzz is nice but perhaps another category the has building blocks down the screen. All else considered it's a nice tool to keep me thinking as I am still relatively new to programming.
Why would you choose one of the hardest languages to have people study in? Almost all top professionals in this field recommend learning interview problems in easy languages such as Python or Java. Port it to those languages then maybe people would want to use it. Good idea, but please take this advice. I do have to say it is a smooth app. Loads fast and smooth.
Incorrect solutions and limited problems
Some solutions (for example, find the second largest value in a BTS) are clearly incorrect. The app also only offers a handful of pretty random problems for each section. Great concept but needs more work to be useful in any way.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.