Caution and Tips:
First, Try To Understand the Problem Statement. Second, Solve Code with Pen and Paper.
Third, Then Write code and submit in the OJ to justify test cases.
Fourth, If failed to AC then optimize your code to the better version.
Fifth, After failed in 3rd time see my solution. Understnad the logic and implement by your own.
Please, don’t just copy-paste the code. It will kill your creativity 🙂
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About Me & MyBlog
Software Engineer | Polyglot Programmer | Gym Lover | Cyclist | Algorithm Addict | Programming and Research enthusiast | Life Long Passionate Learner | Love CSE, Backend and Data
Hi, thanks for your interest on my blog 🙂 I am Syed Ahmed Zaki, Founder of CodeLiftio! This is my blog “Zakilive.Com” for sharing my knowledge and passion with you all.
I was born in a beautiful country of south asia named Bangladesh. I am a Computer Science and Engineering graduate from Daffodil International University. I am passionate, dedicated, hardworking about my tasks and fond of Algorithms, Competitive Programming, Mathematics, Research in data science(Machine Learning, AI, NLP, Deep Learning), bioinformatics and IoT. I also love software engineering. In software development field I prefer Web Application Engineering.
In my Daffodil life I tried to participate in several programming contests(online, onsite, intra etc.) and passed some time in ACM training class for sharpening my logical skills. As an ordinary people it was little bit tough for me alongside with academic pressure, thesis and research paper writing but I love challenges so I always tried to push my limits though still I need to improve a lot in everything but I always trust in this quote “Hard work beats talent”. That quote I have learned from my life through bodybuilding of 6 years since 2012 and after losing 33 KG fat in 4 months from 101 KG I developed my fit physique, so I respectfully believe in this sentence and relate this with CSE field. I also love to learn from my failures. I hate excuses while working professionally and I love trying to finish my work with perfection till the last moment before deadline.
I also love to explore and play with new technologies and try to implement it with innovative ideas. In my university life, I always tried to learn from the basics of CS. So, I have tried to gather Networking to Database Knowledge, OS fundamentals to OOP etc. all fundamental core basics in my skillset in a practical approach.
Alongside with developing some web applications in core php and laravel framework I have also tried to build games with unity3d game engine, built 2 android apps, experimented machine learning with python, data mining with WEKA, AI chatbot, IoT based weather station and some more project works for my undergraduate courses. As I am language and platform agnostic, I enjoyed and learned a lot from all of these works. I also love teamwork. Alongside software engineering and different extra curricular activities I also love teaching. I am also proficient at working with linux and windows based OSes and I feel so lucky if I get chance to contribute in opensource projects. In my linkedin profile you will find more details about me.
However, I am actually a knowledge seeker and life long passionate learner who tries to make his weakness as strength, I was a serious student of all the courses in CS academia that can solve real life problems as I love to explore knowledge in a crafted manner. I love to study books, blogs or whatever philosophically solve my curiosity. For that, I maintain a good collection of various technological, scientific and philosophical books in my small library. Knowledge sharing, analytical thinking, practice and passing the passion of mine with you is one of my motivations for running this blog. I practice to hone my skills with trying to improve my programming and developing skillset day by day and what I learn, I never forget to share here for you.
In my free time I love to do cycling or gym or play racing games in my android phone or watch animated movies and also love to promote positive, fit and healthy lifestyle among people.
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Category Archives: Life Rules
The key is to learn programming, and not worry about the language too much.
Agree with, I think teaching C is basically a good idea. It teaches you how the computer actually works, or at least a software representation of how it actually works.
Yes, there are easier languages than C, but what benefit does it bring to the student if a University shields from the reality that programming can actually be kind of difficult?
Besides, learning a language is easy, it’s learning to program that is hard. In college it doesn’t really matter if you learn C, or C#, or Python or whatever, you’ll learn probably 5 or 10 other languages by the end of your career. The key is to learn programming, and not worry about the language too much.
We don’t learn C so that we only work in C our whole careers, learning another language will come easy to you in later years.
However, I do think there is huge value in learning C as a route to learning what is actually going on when programs run. Python suits lots of tasks, and beginners too, but if you’re in university you need to get out of that beginner mindset ASAP, and that means not avoiding stuff because it’s hard.
- Physical appearance, height and complexion matter 1% for success. Rest 99% is your hard work.
- Chasing opposite/same sex is a big mistake instead of chasing your passion.
- Time is a great healer and a great killer. Anyone wasting time suffers a lot.
- Following the rules and regulation which are followed by 99% average people is a huge blunder.
- Not doing hard work and not taking calculated risk at early ages of your life make your life miserable.
- Listening to the advice of parents, relatives and friends can distract your mind from choosing the right career for your life.
- Family is a source of happiness. If you don’t give enough time to your family, it creates huge distance from your family members.
- Higher education, practical knowledge, training and experience make your career progressive.
- Never trust all people.
- Never work for money, work for your passion.
- Don’t follow the crowd, follow your own way.
- Sometimes you have to take rude decision for the betterment of life.
- Rejection and failure help a person to reinvent his/her potentiality. So, rejection and failure are required to be successful. Steve Jobs is the best example for that.
- You must have audacity of hope and courage to implement it. Suppose you had an outstanding Entrepreneurial idea and you didn’t use it. Your idea may be implemented by someone else and they may get huge success. You failed because you didn’t implement it and it’s just a brilliant idea, nothing else.
- Complaining about everything will not solve your problem, you must take initiatives to solve the problem.
- Running away from your difficulties in life cannot relieve your difficulties. You must take proper steps to face the difficulties.
- Life is full of sufferings and pain. You must let these go and don’t hold these in your life.
- Our time is limited. So, do whatever you love and chase your passion.
- Don’t compete with other people. You should compete with yourself.
- Never procrastinate. Your life will be stumbled at every path.
- Take care of your health and mind. Do meditation and run every morning.
- You can not do everything. Focus on few things and be an expert on these specific skills.
- Don’t expend money unnecessarily. Deposit, spend and invest money wisely.
- Love your job, but don’t love your company, because your company may fire you at any time.
- Life’s real failure is when you do not realize how you were close to the success when you gave up.