You’re struggling to understand algorithms because you can't visualize them.
✔️ You've read the 300-page Computer Science textbook.
✔️ You've watched YouTube videos about each data structure.
✔️ You've even taken notes on the big O costs of every algorithm.
✖️ But you still have a hard time keeping it all in your head.
Why is it not sticking?
The truth is that reading or watching videos about a complex topic doesn't help you recall it. You can't learn to swim by watching someone else do it. And like swimming, visualizing algorithms takes hands-on practice.
This is called active recall learning. Its more effective than passive review (reading) so you don’t have to grind through tons of material. Because studying for a programming interview shouldn't be a grind. It should be methodical. Effective. Even enjoyable.
The Coder’s Coloring Book is a hands-on approach to studying data structures and algorithms. It’s a physical workbook for you to slowly and purposefully commit the fundamentals to memory—by coloring them.
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