1595991600

# Introduction🛹

Hey guys, Today is day 27 of the 100 Days to** LinkedIn Challenge.**

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If you are Preparing for your Interview. Even if you are settled down in your job, keeping yourself up-to-date with the latest **Interview Problems **is essential for your career growth. Start your **prep **from Here!

Last month, I have been researching to find out the Frequently asked problems from these Companies. I have compiled **100 **of these questions, I am not promising you that you will get these questions in your interview but I am confident that most of these “interview questions” have similar logic and employs the same way of thinking from these set of challenges.

Before we move on to the problem, If you are wondering why I chose LinkedIn, Yahoo and Oracle over FAANG are because I have completed a challenge Focusing on Amazon and Facebook Interview.

# AIM🏹

Given an unsorted array return whether an increasing subsequence of length 3 exists or not in the array.

Formally the function should:

``````Return true if there exists i, j, k
such that arr[i] < arr[j] < arr[k] given 0 ≤ i < j < k ≤ n-1 else return false.
``````

**Note: **Your algorithm should run in O(n) time complexity and O(1) space complexity.

# Example🕶

``````Input: [1,2,3,4,5]
Output: true

Input: [5,4,3,2,1]
Output: false
``````

FollowHouse of Codes_ for keeping up to date in the programming interview world._

# Code👇

``````	class Solution {
public boolean increasingTriplet(int[] nums) {
if(nums.length<3)
return false;
int first = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
int second = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
int third = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
for(int i=0;i<nums.length;i++)
{
if(nums[i]<= first)
first = nums[i];
else if(nums[i]<= second)
second = nums[i];
else if(nums[i]<= third)
third = nums[i];
if(first < Integer.MAX_VALUE && second < Integer.MAX_VALUE && third < Integer.MAX_VALUE)
return true;
}
return false;
}
}
``````

#programming #software-development #interview #java #coding

1605176864

## How to do Problem Solving as a Developer

In this video, I will be talking about problem-solving as a developer.

#problem solving skills #problem solving how to #problem solving strategies #problem solving #developer

1624392000

## 6 Daily Habits that INCREASE Your Income (Guaranteed)

In this video, I’m revealing 6 daily habits that are GUARANTEED to boost your income
I used to think that making more money was only about what job you had. FALSE. What job you have is influenced by so many things you do on a day to day basis. When we control these factors, we make it so we find better jobs, see new opportunities to make money, and think like the rich.

Money is not the answer to happiness, but it makes life easier. You might work fewer years if you make more. You might get to spend more time with family or doing things you are passionate about. Whatever it is, I think the general consensus is that making more money is better.

I’ll show you the 6 things, tips, and tricks I do to boost my income. And you’ll see why you can do them too.

1. Having a WIG (Wildly important goal) - this will heavily impact your vision and accountability in reaching your goals.

2. Building high income skills - this probably correlates most directly with the amount of money you make, and is something you should prioritize doing at a young age.

3. Following the social media accounts of people you want to be like - sounds cheese but this has influenced my life so much. I learn from successful people and it’s like them being a mentor from afar.

4. Wake up early - cannot stress how important this was. The productivity, renewed motivation, and ability to do uncomfortable things has paid off.

5. Time blocking - I’ll show you how to use your calendar and create blocks of time. This should make you TWICE as productive.

6. Self improvement - people that make more money spend more time on self improvement. This is crucial to anyone that wants to raise the limit or “cap” of what they are capable of.

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1595991600

# Introduction🛹

Hey guys, Today is day 27 of the 100 Days to** LinkedIn Challenge.**

Free For Kindle Readers

If you are Preparing for your Interview. Even if you are settled down in your job, keeping yourself up-to-date with the latest **Interview Problems **is essential for your career growth. Start your **prep **from Here!

Last month, I have been researching to find out the Frequently asked problems from these Companies. I have compiled **100 **of these questions, I am not promising you that you will get these questions in your interview but I am confident that most of these “interview questions” have similar logic and employs the same way of thinking from these set of challenges.

Before we move on to the problem, If you are wondering why I chose LinkedIn, Yahoo and Oracle over FAANG are because I have completed a challenge Focusing on Amazon and Facebook Interview.

# AIM🏹

Given an unsorted array return whether an increasing subsequence of length 3 exists or not in the array.

Formally the function should:

``````Return true if there exists i, j, k
such that arr[i] < arr[j] < arr[k] given 0 ≤ i < j < k ≤ n-1 else return false.
``````

**Note: **Your algorithm should run in O(n) time complexity and O(1) space complexity.

# Example🕶

``````Input: [1,2,3,4,5]
Output: true

Input: [5,4,3,2,1]
Output: false
``````

FollowHouse of Codes_ for keeping up to date in the programming interview world._

# Code👇

``````	class Solution {
public boolean increasingTriplet(int[] nums) {
if(nums.length<3)
return false;
int first = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
int second = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
int third = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
for(int i=0;i<nums.length;i++)
{
if(nums[i]<= first)
first = nums[i];
else if(nums[i]<= second)
second = nums[i];
else if(nums[i]<= third)
third = nums[i];
if(first < Integer.MAX_VALUE && second < Integer.MAX_VALUE && third < Integer.MAX_VALUE)
return true;
}
return false;
}
}
``````

#programming #software-development #interview #java #coding

1598640780

## Biomolecular Sequence Analysis

At one level, biomolecular sequences are “just” strings on a fixed alphabet. This might be appealing to computer scientists who, even if finding molecular biology mysterious and intriguing, definitely understand strings and alphabets!

In DNA and RNA this alphabet is A, C, T, and G. In protein sequences, this alphabet is the twenty amino acids that makeup proteins. Of course, a lot is happening inside and across the sequences. This is the realm of molecular biologists and bio technicians.

In this post, we discuss the single most useful computational algorithm and tool in all of biomolecular sequence analysis: searching a new sequence against a database of known sequences to find similar ones.

Why Sequence Similarity Searches Are Important

Consider a database of known protein sequences, annotated with what is known about them, such as their functions and their evolutionary lineages. Consider a newly determined sequence. Searching the database to find sequences highly similar to this new sequence can be quite revealing. It might help shed light on where this sequence sits in the evolutionary hierarchy. It might also yield insights into the functional role of this sequence.

Take the COVID-19 sequence. Who knows what we might discover by searching it against a database of known viral sequences.

The Mutation Game

This will immensely help understand the similarity-search issues that follow. Trust me.

We’ll pick DNA sequences. Just because their alphabet is simpler to describe. The lessons from this game will apply equally well to protein sequences.

#local-alignment #global-alignment #dna-sequences #protein-sequences #data analysis

1605176646

## How to Ask a Good Question on the Internet as a Programmer

In this video, I will be talking about how to ask for help as a developer.

#problem solving skills #problem solving how to #coding interviews #problem solving #how to ask a good question