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 about a complex topic doesn't help you recall it. The same goes for watching videos. 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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