5 JavaScript courses to learn Algorithms & Data Structures

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@germancutraroGermán Cutraro

In this article i will present you five awesome courses about Algorithms and Data Structures from Udemy.

1) JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures Masterclass

by: Colt Steele
The Missing Computer Science and Coding Interview Bootcamp

With more than 200 lectures, Colt Steele present a brilliant course about this complex topic!

Some of the topics:

  • Big O Notation
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Recursion
  • Bubble Sort
  • Selection Sort
  • Hash Tables

And much more…

2) The Coding Interview Bootcamp: Algorithms + Data Structures

by: Stephen Grider
Ace your next Javascript coding interview by mastering data structures and algorithms.

Stephen Grider did a perfect job with this course, through a calm and friendly way, we can learn all about Algorithms and Data Structures!

  • String and Integer Reversal
  • Palindromes
  • Fizz Buzz
  • Stacks,
  • Trees
  • Binary Search

And much more…

3) Learning Algorithms in JavaScript from Scratch

by: Eric Traub
Make your code & programs faster and more efficient by using algorithms. Be very well prepared for technical interviews.

The next 3 courses are by the same author: Eric Traub. He did an awesome job explaining all this rare things!

In this one, he teach us Algorithms

Some of the topics:

  • Fizz Buzz
  • Binary Search
  • Fibonacci
  • Bubble Sort
  • Merge Sort

And much more…

4) Learning Data Structures in JavaScript from Scratch

by: Eric Traub
Write more efficient & performant code by learning data structures. Be well prepared for technical interview questions.

A short but nice course about Data Structures!

Some of the topics:

  • Introduction to Data Structures
  • Linked Lists
  • Binary Search Trees
  • Hash Tables

And much more…

5) JavaScript Interview Prep: Practice Problems

by: Eric Traub
Ace your next JavaScript coding interview by doing practice questions. Learn important javascript skills & concepts.

This course, apart of some algorithms and problems, gives us a nice compilation of the weird parts of JavaScript for your next job interviews!

Some of the topics:

  • IIFEs
  • Closures
  • this keyword
  • Scope
  • Objects

And much more…

I hope you liked it!

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Thank you 😊



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