Coding Ninja has raised its bars to yet another course, we’ll be launching Eminence the online competitive programming course from 1st October. Registrations are open, the early bird discount lasts till 20th September. Grab it now!
Why is Competitive programming important? Competitive programming is one of the hottest topics right now. It not just helps build your skill set for your future internships/jobs but it will also help you in creating efficient programs, appreciate algorithms and build proficiency in a language.
If you are thinking that spending hours on algorithms and techniques which you might never use in real life programming is worth it, then think again. Competitive programming will enhance your skills to an adept level. If you need self-assessment and motivation, this is the best platforms to start with. It will provide a competitive environment for your neat codes, and who doesn’t like competition?
Once you start spending time on algorithms, programming and advanced concepts will come easily to you. When you’ll code intensively, you won’t take a lot of time grasping new concepts in future. Competitive programming will bring a solid base of computer science knowledge which will reap you great benefits in future and learning a new concept will come to you relatively easier.
By continually moving to cover what companies require in an engineering talent, Coding Ninjas intends to create an environment where students feel confident what they learn. It is very excited to announce the newest online course, Eminence which will help hone programming skills. A number of algorithms including complete search, divide/reduce/transform and conquer, greedy, dynamic programming will be covered in detail. Programming language libraries will also be covered. Besides this, domain specific techniques like graph, mathematics related and computational geometry will be taught. Other topics include number theory, advanced data structures and bitmasking. For complete topic wise class breakup, refer to lecture breakdown here.
The course instructors will be Ankush Singla, a code enthusiast from IIT Delhi and Stanford, and Parikh Jain the “ninja” of competitive coding from DTU.