Leetcode System Design Questions

It is probably of more importance than sql and concurrency problems (they apply to certain roles only). But system design is all about reading as it's very open ended. It’s a site where they pair you up with someone and practice interviewing. 30 min you’re the interviewer, then you switch and they’re the interviewer. They also have a lot of resources for learning systems design. Design a system to store time series data? April 21, 2022 3:05 am | last reply: Sandhya2304 may 5, 2022 2:05 pm.

It’s a site where they pair you up with someone and practice interviewing. 30 min you’re the interviewer, then you switch and they’re the interviewer. They also have a lot of resources for learning systems design. Design a system to store time series data? April 21, 2022 3:05 am | last reply: Sandhya2304 may 5, 2022 2:05 pm. Amazon| toll system| system design| sde 2. Share your post on leetcode and enter our giveaway🎁! Design a system to store time series data? April 21, 2022 3:05 am | last reply:

But system design is all about reading as it's very open ended. It’s a site where they pair you up with someone and practice interviewing. 30 min you’re the interviewer, then you switch and they’re the interviewer. They also have a lot of resources for learning systems design. Design a system to store time series data? April 21, 2022 3:05 am | last reply: Sandhya2304 may 5, 2022 2:05 pm. Amazon| toll system| system design| sde 2. Share your post on leetcode and enter our giveaway🎁!

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Amazon System Design Interview Question | Design Leetcode (Design OJ)



In this video, we introduce how to solve the "Design Leetcode" or "Design OJ (Online Judging System)" system design question which is used by big tech companies in system design interviews. We also cover what certain steps we are to follow in a system design interview, e.g. scoping, constraints analysis, design overview, detailed design, etc.

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Amazon System Design Interview: Design Parking Garage



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5 Tips for System Design Interviews



Here are 5 Tips for System Design interviews. They are helpful when preparing for a System Design interview.

1. Don't get into details prematurely

2. Avoid fitting requirements to a set architecture in mind

3. Keep it simple, stupid! Remember to look at the big picture and avoid too many hacks when solving.

4. Have justifications for the points you make. Don't use buzz words or half hearted thoughts in your design.

5. Be aware of the current solutions and tech practices. A lot of solutions can be purchased off the shelf which simplify implementation. You should be able to argue for a custom implementation with it's pros and cons.

Have these on the back of your mind during you interview, and all the best!
Here are three major points evaluated during the interview:
1. Clarity of Thought

a. Express your thoughts in a clear manner.

b. Justify your decisions. Critical reasoning and argument are key to a successful software design.

c. When faced with a problem, use standard approaches to mitigate it. For example, say you are faced with an availability problem. State that replication and partitioning help increase availability in general, and move on to offer a solution.

d. Don’t make points without thinking them through. Half-hearted attempts at solving problems are frowned upon heavily.

2. Know about existing solutions

a. Stay up to date with the current solutions in the market. This includes products and design practices. If NoSQL is being adopted left right and center, you need to be aware of it.

b. Know when to pick a solution vs. building something custom. If you name a product, you should be (generally) aware of the features it provides.

c. Design practices enable you to meet custom requirements. Examples are decoupling systems, load balancing, sticky sessions, etc…

3. Flexibility

a. Switch your targets as the requirements shift. If the interviewer wants to know about one particular part of the system, do it first.

b. Never have a set architecture in mind. We all try to fit requirements to a system, but only after it has been shaped by the initial ones. A rigid attitude creates a brittle architecture. It will break before you do.

c. Take a step back at times to make adjustments to the general architecture. Being focused on one part can narrow our vision and bloat those areas. There will be components which can be extracted out and extended to the rest of the system.

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Five common system design interview mistakes 😅



System design interviews can be tricky. Here are 5 mistakes that you should avoid during an interview.

The mistakes mentioned here are what I have seen and done in my experience as a software engineer and interviewer.

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Design Tic Tac Toe: Low Level Design Coding Interview Question



Low Level System Design involves designing a system's components before implementing them in code. It is used to define how the objects and interfaces in a system will interact with each other. It also defines what state and behaviours will be present in each object.

A Interview question on LLD(Low level design) usually has a data structure like a Rate Limiter or a Cache as a question. We are expected to design it's #interface and keep the object open for extension but closed for modification (Open-closed principle). Design Patterns could be very useful during an interview and can simplify interactions if applied correctly.

The low level #SystemDesign allows us to define #DataStructure for Caches and the implementation of their algorithms. It also acts as an Object level API contract, which engineers can implement in a straightforward manner.

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Amazon System Design Preparation (SIP)



This video tackles a system design example question and how candidates should approach, analyze and solve such technical questions. This is video 3 out of a 3 part series for Software Development Engineer Interview Preparation (SIP).

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System Design : Design a service like TinyUrl



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FACEBOOK CODING INTERVIEW QUESTION - TASK SCHEDULER (LeetCode)



Task Scheduler LeetCode coding solution. This is one of Facebook's most commonly asked interview question according to LeetCode!

Coding Interviews Task Scheduler (LeetCode) question and explanation.

This question is a commonly asked by the following companies: Facebook and Uber

Link to problem: leetcode.com/problems/task-scheduler/

Intuition behind solution: Count the number of times each type of tasks occurs with a hash map. From the values in the hash map create a max heap. While the max heap is not empty, at every "cycle" in the cpu cooldown time of n, try to run the task that occurs the most adding these tasks to a temporary list. After iterating through the cooldown time (given as n in the problem) iterate through the temporary list checking for which tasks still need to be run (if the value in the list is greater than zero add it back to the max heap). Then, increment our return value by either the size of the temporary list (i.e. all the tasks you were able to run) or by the cooldown time (if you ran out of tasks to run you have to wait the full cooldown). Finally, once the max heap is empty, return cycles.

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System Design Interview - Rate Limiting (local and distributed)



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Topics mentioned in the video:
- Token bucket algorithm.
- Object-oriented design of the rate limiting solution.
- Load balancer max connections, auto-scaling.
- Message broadcasting: full mesh network topology, gossip communication, distributed cache, coordination service.
- Communication protocols: TCP, UDP.
- Embedded rate limiter vs daemon process.
- Bucket management, synchronization.

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System Design Interview - Top K Problem (Heavy Hitters)



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Topics mentioned in the video:
- Stream and batch processing data pipelines.
- Count-min sketch data structure.
- MapReduce paradigm.
- Various applications of the top k problem solution (Google/Twitter/YouTube trends, popular products, volatile stocks, DDoS attack prevention).

Merge N sorted lists problem: leetcode.com/problems/merge-k-sorted-lists/

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System design for URL Shortener or bitly or tinyurl app.

TinyURL System Design | URL Shortner System Design Interview Question | Bitly System Design



Solution for the most common System Design Interview Question - "Design a URL Shortener like TinyURL".

This is probably the most common design interview question being asked in almost every other company.

Prerequisites:
How to select the right Database for a Large Scale System: youtu.be/cODCpXtPHbQ

Summary of the video: codekarle.com/system-design/TinyUrl-system-design.html

Architecture diagram: github.com/codekarle/system-design/blob/master/system-design-prep-material/architecture-diagrams/TinyURL%20System%20Design.png

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Implement An LRU Cache - The LRU Cache Eviction Policy (LRU Cache on LeetCode)



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Question: Implement an LRU Cache.

It is a cache replacement policy that says to evict the least recently used item in the cache.

Every time an item is used it goes to the "front" of the cache since it has been used and has priority.

Items that are not used will go to the "end" of the cache eventually and get evicted since they are the least used items, they never got a bump up by being used.

Additional Cache Eviction Policies: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cache_replacement_policies

What is a Cache?

A cache is a hardware or software component that stores data so that future requests for that data can be served faster; the data stored in a cache might be the result of an earlier computation or a copy of data stored elsewhere.

What Is An LRU Cache?

So a LRU Cache is a storage of items so that future access to those items can be serviced quickly and an LRU policy is used for cache eviction.

The Constraints/Operations

Lookup of cache items must be O(1)
Addition to the cache must be O(1)
The cache should evict items using the LRU policy

The Approach

There are many ways to do this but the most common approach is to use 2 critical structures: a doubly linked list and a hashtable.

Our Structures

Doubly Linked List: This will hold the items that our cache has. We will have n items in the cache.

This structure satisfies the constraint for fast addition since any doubly linked list item can be added or removed in O(1) time with proper references.

Hashtable: The hashtable will give us fast access to any item in the doubly linked list items to avoid O(n) search for items and the LRU entry (which will always be at the tail of the doubly linked list).

This is a very common pattern, we use a structure to satisfy special insertion or remove properties (use a BST, linked list, etc.) and back it up with with a hashtable so we do not re-traverse the structures every time to find elements.

Complexities

Time

Both get and put methods are O( 1 ) in time complexity.

Space

We use O( n ) space since we will store n items where n ist the capacity of the cache.

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Twitter system design | twitter Software architecture | twitter interview questions



Learn how to design Twitter and Prep for the system design interviews.

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Parking Lot Design | Object Oriented Design Interview Question



Parking Lot System Design is a commonly asked Object Oriented Design Interview Question in big tech companies like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, etc. In this video, I am discussing how to tackle the System Design interview question about designing a parking lot system. This video includes the following, however, I would recommend you to watch the video full to avoid missing any important points.

00:00 - Introduction
03:15 - Requirements Collection for Parking Lot Design
08:00 - Mistakes to avoid during requirements collection
09:35 - Use Design Patterns for Object-Oriented Design for Parking Lot
10:20 - Top-Down and Bottom-Up design approaches
11:15 - The right way of identifying actors and objects in the system
13:20 - Detailed System Design of Parking Lot
26:35 - Final Remarks
27:28 - Special guest appearance

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- How to Ace Object-Oriented Design Interviews: thinksoftware.medium.com/how-to-ace-object-oriented-design-interviews-4f9a667e0780

- Elevator System Design — A tricky technical interview question: thinksoftware.medium.com/elevator-system-design-a-tricky-technical-interview-question-116f396f2b1c

- System Design of URL Shortening Service like TinyURL: thinksoftware.medium.com/tinyurl-design-from-the-bible-of-distributed-system-design-interviews-fcf821ec859

- File Sharing Service Like Dropbox Or Google Drive — How To Tackle System Design Interview: thinksoftware.medium.com/how-to-tackle-system-design-interview-for-file-sharing-service-like-dropbox-or-google-drive-7983fdbf1a82

- Design Twitter — Microservices Architecture of Twitter Service: thinksoftware.medium.com/design-twitter-microservices-architecture-of-twitter-service-996ddd68e1ca

- How to Effectively Use Mock Interviews to Prepare for FAANG Software Engineering Interviews: thinksoftware.medium.com/how-to-effectively-use-mock-interviews-to-prepare-for-faang-software-engineering-interviews-7e7bffac978

- Robinhood Backend System Design - How to receive realtime stock updates: thinksoftware.medium.com/robinhood-backend-system-design-how-to-receive-realtime-stock-updates-56cd0009bd0

- Payment Gateway System Design — How does the Stripe work: thinksoftware.medium.com/payment-gateway-system-design-how-does-the-stripe-work-917b2ba976f

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My Strategy to use LeetCode for Cracking Coding Interviews Effectively



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