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Hi,

I've written few blog entries to provide some useful resources and problems to solve to help people get comfortable with the concepts. Check out them here :

Edit : Added - Network Flow

Link to blog : Link

I hope these articles will be useful. Feel free to give feedback

asked 17 Oct '16, 15:49

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edited 13 Sep '17, 07:58


They are really good! Keep up the good work :-)

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answered 27 Oct '16, 21:58

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Thanks. I'll add more.

(30 Oct '16, 14:47) aj954★
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answered 14 Nov '16, 20:16

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Thanks for this.

(16 Nov '16, 13:56) aj954★

Thanks for listing out the programming tutorials. Definitely these tutorials will aid in learning the programming languages.

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answered 28 Nov '16, 15:11

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edited 28 Nov '16, 15:11

you can also follow this website

c programming

c# basic syntax

computer programming

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answered 30 Oct '16, 17:35

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Thanks for sharing this useful post. For a long time i am searching for a guide to study programming. As part of my Mobile app development i need to student programming. As a beginner i approached so many people. But they are busy with their own works. This will help me to get an overall idea about programming. Really thank you so much.

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answered 02 Nov '16, 16:38

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I think following link are helpful :

1.C programming

2. Data Structure

3. Algorithm.

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answered 08 Nov '16, 10:20

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edited 09 Nov '16, 18:16

Yes, This will help people to get started.

(12 Nov '16, 15:21) aj954★

It helped a lot ... Thanks

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answered 19 Nov '16, 19:06

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Thank you.

(21 Nov '16, 01:47) aj954★

Thanks..

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answered 19 Nov '16, 20:53

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Thank you.

(27 Dec '16, 00:57) aj954★

The blog is very good. You are doing a great job. Keep it up.

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answered 25 Nov '16, 12:03

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Thank you.

(27 Nov '16, 22:52) aj954★

thanksyo friends

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answered 28 Nov '16, 08:03

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Thank you.

(30 Nov '16, 23:34) aj954★

she is so very well may this website can be trusted

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answered 04 Dec '16, 13:53

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The following blogs can also be followed. 1)http://codeforces.com/blog/entry/23054 2)Implementation of various algos and Stanford notebook: https://github.com/jaehyunp/stanfordacm As a complete guide to computer science https://medium.com/readers-writers-digest/beginners-guide-to-computer-science-engineering-361ae1682f5c#.qd0d724yr 3)https://www.hackerearth.com/notes/getting-started-with-the-sport-of-programming/ @aj95 The contents of your blog are quite good.. keep up the good work :)

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answered 07 Dec '16, 03:06

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Thanks for adding these links.

(09 Dec '16, 00:25) aj954★

I curated this list of top places to learn about coding and open source - Quote by Richard Branson, Founder, Virgin Group

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answered 19 Dec '16, 19:10

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thank you

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answered 31 Dec '16, 21:31

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thank you

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answered 31 Dec '16, 21:32

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thank you

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answered 31 Dec '16, 21:34

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I see you guys have mentioned excellent programming related tutorial links : Here is my 2 cents .

Python Tutorial

C++ Tutorial

DBMS

Certiology's C++ Tutorial

Tutorialology's Java Tutorial

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answered 22 Jan '17, 13:52

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hey @aj95 , well done but i would have been nicer if you could put up all the algorithms more clearly rather than explaining the questions related to a topic through logic, understanding from someone's solution might be a bit difficult .

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answered 03 May '17, 16:32

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I felt the working of algorithm could best be illustrated with examples rather than by pseudo codes. Aren't maths problems best understood by examples and not theory ? Thanks for suggestion.

(17 May '17, 13:12) aj954★

aj95 , your OJ profile no. 2 , 3 are both of Codechef !.

I think instead of Codeforces link you gave Codechef link in both.

Your blog is very good. I found helpful.

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answered 03 May '17, 21:15

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Corrected. Thanks.

(14 May '17, 23:58) aj954★

can u suggest sth more about dynamic programmimg.

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answered 20 Aug '17, 12:58

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Great Resources buddy . Keep the good work going. :)

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answered 21 Mar '18, 20:02

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how to develop this in java? Develop a command line based todo application using java programming language:

Features are: · Add TODO (ex: todo add "learn design patterns") · View TODO list (ex: todo list) · Search TODO list (ex: todo list "learn") · Mark TODO as done (ex: todo done 1 -- where 1 is the identifier for a todo item displayed from todo list)

Apply any Object Oriented Programming Concepts and Design Patterns (ex MVC, Factory) you know.

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