This course contains 62 interactive screencasts
62 lessons2 hours 16 min
what to expect in an interview
Treasure has been working as a software engineer and teaching code since 2015, when she switched careers after attending a free local bootcamp. She tries to make every subject as simple and accessible as possible, and is passionate about affordable education and helping others break into the tech industry.
Are you applying for frontend developer roles?
Do you love solving code challenges?
This bumper pack of challenges provides you with 30 code questions similar to those which are commonly used in technical interviews, plus solutions suggested by an industry professional.
Through solving the challenges, you’ll practice strings and string methods, arrays and array methods, working with data and APIs, and “classic” interview challenges such as reversing a string, finding anagrams and, of course, Fizzbuzz!
You’ll also hone your skills in writing and reading pseudo code, maximizing your use of built-in methods, performing effective code research, and using console.logs effectively to debug.
You won’t find yourself stuck during this course as teacher Treasure provides a solution to each challenge. If any of the questions catch you out, you can study the solutions and then try again.
No plans to interview soon? You can also use this course to review and build your coding knowledge, brush up your skills if you’re feeling a little rusty, or even solve code problems for fun! This is your course, to use however you see fit.
These are questions which are often found in frontend developer interviews. While we can't guarantee that exactly these questions will come up, they will give you a good idea of what to expect when you hit the interview room.
This is the perfect course for anyone who wants to make sure that their skills are up to scratch for a frontend role. You could also use it to get an idea of which skills you need to be ready to start applying
No worries, you're here to learn! Teacher Treasure provides solutions to each challenge, so you can study those and then try again later.
That's totally fine! There is more than one way to do most things in code. We provide solutions to help you in case you get stuck, and to suggest some optimizations you might not have previously known about.