[Help Needed] Best Youtube Channels / Sites For Competitive Programming?

Hi Everyone,

I am beginner at Codechef and really interested in learning Concepts and algorithms.But I get overwhelmed by N-Numbers of tutorials available in different Youtube Channels and Sites.

I request you all to please suggest some good Youtube Channels / Sites that are created by Codechef Coders as well as Competitive Programmers as it will be very easy to relate things.

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Here is a list of some youtube channels which can help you.

  1. William Lin for Screencasts
  2. C++ Stl for Competitive programming.
  3. Back to back swe for DP
  4. Tushar Roy for DP
  5. Geeksforgeeks
  6. Gennady for screencasts.
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This is one of the best Youtube channels I have seen for competitive programming.

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This is a very good channel he uploads solution of codeforces DIV2 B, C, D after contest. which are really helpful.

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Don’t forget Erricto He is red on codeforces his some videos (Like video on bitset ) are the best you can find on internet.

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@gouravsingh258 , @kaaru123 , @rahuliitkgp Thanks a lot for suggesting these coll Youtube channels. Really It will be a Gem for Beginner like me.
Could You also please suggest some sites for learning algorithm for CP.

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I feel like geekforgeeks and cp-algorithms are best for learning algorithms.

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Just solve problems read editorials if you found something new search it on goggle/youtube. actually there is no single site to learn every algorithms. just google try to understand from sites that come in seach generally cp-algorithms/ codeforces blog/ geeksForgeeks are good.

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refer e-maxx.ru algo

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cppnuts…

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See again you’re gonna get overwhelmed…try out @waqar_ahmad224 's Youtube CodeNCode, really one of the best out there. CodeNCode

Also one of my favorite Playlist for Number theory: Glenn Olsen’s Number Theory Playlist

For DSA, Coding Blocks youtube has some really good implementation and understanding webinars.

Some of the other best resources for CP:

  1. Mustafa Saad Sheet A masterplan for any beginner or novice

  2. One of my favorite git repo for DSA implementation guide

That’s it. Try out everything. But at your own pace.

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@qaseem_hasan, @ser_manish , @saurav_iiitp Thanks all for suggesting cool and informational links.It will really give a complete roadmap for beginner Enthusiastic coders to break their boundries.

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Here is a list of few channels that I follow
Errichto
PrepBytes
Codechef
William Fiset for graph theory
Gaurav Sen
Algorythm
Rachit jain

For graph theory, I will highly recommend William Fiset as he had covered all topics from graph theory.

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Can you give me some details about Glenn Olsen?
How he could be helpful to a competitive programmer?

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He is a senior lecturer of some foreign college, I found his Number Theory playlist quite awesome. He has other good maths lectures about probability and combi too that I have yet to complete

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great

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ok. thanks for the info. i will watch his number theory series which seems to be fantastic

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@gouravsingh258 The link for C++ STL is not available.It was available earlier but now I am not able to acccess. Please Help It was really helpful.

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