ashk_21's blog

By ashk_21, history, 6 weeks ago, In English

Old Blog:https://codeforces.com/blog/entry/78967

My Video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdYuz_Z562Q

So a lot of people from the old list stopped posting so I decided to update the list.

1)SecondThread

Regular screencasts,beautiful and elegant solutions,algorithms.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXbCohpE9IoVQUD2Ifg1d1g

2)galen_colin

Regular screencasts, simple and easy to understand solutions at the end.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpvS3EykHW--l0ogUhMEjEw

3)Errichto

Need I say anything?

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBr_Fu6q9iHYQCh13jmpbrg

4)code explainer

Couldn't find him on CF.

Very regular,separate solutions for first few div2 problems.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU4WrdDLKNSnV0jiiUbKong

5)tmwilliamlin168

Source of Motivation.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKuDLsO0Wwef53qdHPjbU2Q

*Bonus for Algorithms.

Abdul Bari

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCFT11CWBi3MHNlGf019nw

Tushar Roy

https://www.youtube.com/user/tusharroy2525

PS: I also have a youtube channel and do very simple problems/algos and entertaining stuff,do give a visit :)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbEd9lNwkBGLFGz8ZxsZdVA

 
 
 
 
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Please add Um_nik's channel. He sometimes does quality commentary and even if he doesnt, his code is short and clear. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3-pkjZ8-D4aW8QfaExuMjw

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For algorithmic Video, I found Abdul Bari sir most effective. He teaches everything on so much easier way. He is one of the best teachers on youtube. If anyone want to understand the theory in best way,he must visit the Abdul Bari sirs' channel.

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    He's definitely great a great teacher for college exam preparation, but his content isn't focused on CP.

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I guess you should add demoralizer's channel too?

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGS5ZzcSAymQbWZvNoKOFhQ

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Neither a top competitive programmer, nor a top Youtuber, but in case it helps someone, I sometimes make 3Blue1Brown styled visual explanations/dry-run of codes written in the editorial or clean code written by some Red coder, usually within ~24 hrs of the end of contest. Link to channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvNmvZRPkkmkAtAF_mo53tw/featured

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CodenCode is another good channel for Competitive Programming

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Man you missed striver_79 's TAKEUFORWARD

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And I found kartik8800 bhaiya's youtube channel very helpful too https://www.youtube.com/user/MrHulasingh25

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How can you missed this legend

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I'm glad you like my stuff :)

Also, AlgorithmsLive is super good. It's not that active anymore, but everything there is recorded and really useful.

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Do not foget pashka! He explains very well. For russian-speaking users on his channel there are already a lot of materials to study, and for english-speaking users, a lecture is planned tomorrow. It must be great!

https://www.youtube.com/user/pavelmavrin

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    Codeforces EDU is best amongst all learning materials. Hope that pashka 's videos on his youtube channel are available in English soon.

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There are many good channels on youtube but these are some very good ones (for learning purposes) , related to comp programming which are either active or have some good content for newbies and veterans alike. (in no particular order)

Errichto Youtube

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SecondThread Youtube

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demoralizer Youtube

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galen_colin Youtube

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kartik8800 Youtube

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tmwilliamlin168 Youtube

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pashka Youtube

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smeke Youtube

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tehqin Youtube

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ashk_21 Youtube

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rachitiitr Youtube

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gkcs Youtube

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kazama460 Youtube

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RomeoFantastik Youtube

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Again, All of the guys mentioned above are great and even the ones not mentioned are great because they are giving back to the community and that is really appreciated by all. Orz Orz Orz.

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I found vedhant's fluent algorithms to be quite useful. Some of the algos like Mo's algo on trees was explained beautifully.

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Code Explainer CF account : f2016941

link of his channel : Code Explainer channel