Favourite Links

These are some of the useful links that I would like to share.

GOOD FORUMS FOR ALGORITHMS

Career Cup It is a good place to play around on algorithms and data structures.

Geeks for Geeks again its a good place for spending time on algorithms and data structures.

Programmer Interviews good place to understand what interviewers want.

VIDEO LECTURES ON ALGORITHMS&DS

Data Structures And Algorithms from IIT Delhi

Design and Analysis of Algorithms from IIT Bombay

Introduction to Algorithms from MIT School of Engineering

Advanced Algorithms from MIT School of Engineering

Advanced Data Structures from MIT School of Engineering

GOOD PLACES TO SPEND TIME FOR JAVA PROFESSIONALS

The San Francisco: Regular meetups in java technology by a group of veterans

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