As promised, I am opening registration today for a competitive programming course.
Dates: The classes will go from January 12 to the March 16 (10 classes total). Each class is 1hr 30 mins.
Times: Saturdays 8:30am-10am, 8am — 10am with debugging (PST).
Based on interest, I am opening course 2.
Course 2: recommended level [1200-1700] most problems: [1300 — 2000] The topics are dynamic programming, depth first search, data structures, binary search, two pointers, implementation and math.
Each class there will be a set of 3-5 problems depending on the difficulty. We will discuss the solution to each problems and the thinking process to arrive at that solution. You can see the my screen, as I am writing on a whiteboard. You can ask questions while the solution is being presented.
There is also an additional debugging section. I noticed that there are people who need help debugging their codes so 30 mins before each class starts (except the first one), I can help you debug your codes from the previous week. The only downside is that the number of people who can sign up for this is limited.
If you are interested, register here! Note that on the previous post, the form was a survey for times. This is the official registration.
I will send out an email to the first few people who register for debugging help letting them know that they got in (and a separate email to those who didn't get in). Unfortunately, if there are too many people, I won't be able to help everyone so I am limiting the sign ups. The first few people who sign up for debugging get in for sure. I am also saving a few spots for those who have been working hard solving problems and can prove it (through things like submissions).