This event will be conducted online via Livestream and Slack:
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Chicago Tech Interviews is conducting a coding workshop at Metis Chicago and you can join online! They'll share some coding interview problems over the Livestream, break into small groups to work on them (you can work from home and join the conversation in Slack), then present the problems and their solutions via the Livestream!
7:15 - 7:30pm Share problems (Livestream)
7:15 - 8:30pm Work problems (Slack)
8:30 - 9:00pm Review Answers (Livestream)
Problems they've covered in the past: https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1ZGADw2_Uj9yqAW2ZrsYHyz_gYftRWWYYUsjp5-BGgJI
• What they'll do: Work through some interview problems in groups, then present the answers at the end.
• What to bring: Bring paper and pencil, laptops are optional but often useful.
• Important to know: Be ready to write code. It might not be perfect but to do well on coding interviews, you absolutely need to be comfortable writing code on whiteboards in front of other people.
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