The Dreaded Big O

Big O is a notoriously huge part of any software engineering interview. Knowing Big O demonstrates a knowledge of the actual complexity and performance of an algorithm you are writing or reviewing.

Perhaps most relevant is the Big O of common operations in well-used data structures.

Big O is also useful in describing the space and time complexity of sorting algorithms.

That’s all for now! More interview-related notes to come.

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