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Striver's A2Z DSA Course/Sheet is launched with a promise of free access to 450+ articles, videos, and code in C++, Java, and Python, covering beginner to advanced concepts of dynamic programming, trees, graphs, recursion, backtracking, etc., all structured and organized for easy navigation and understanding. Striver assures no compromise on quality or frequent paid batches, while encouraging viewers to share the free resource and like the video for support.
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The course promises no paid batches till completion, and will offer extensive content with no compromise on quality.
The course will not launch any paid batches until completion.
The instructor assures that the quality and extensive nature of the courses will not be compromised.
The course will differ from existing sheets by offering detailed content on basics and topics like binary search.
The instructor is launching a well-structured DSA sheet in advance to avoid delays in learning, and assures that all tough topics have already been covered in the lectures.
The sheet is organized to avoid overlapping of topics, ensuring a clear learning path.
The instructor is providing the sheet in advance so that students don't have to wait for the lectures to be prepared.
All the tougher topics like binary search trees have already been covered in the lectures.
The instructor aims to complete the remaining beginner topics in the next five to six months and provide video solutions for the sheet.
The video discusses how the course and sheet provided can be followed regardless of the programming language, and claims that it is sufficient to crack most top tier companies except for a few.
The focus of the course is on logic, algorithms, and problem-solving.
The course materials include articles, GFG links, solutions, and LeetCode links.
GFG's practice platform is recommended for improving problem-solving skills and preparing for placements.
The platform offers a problem section with topics and company-specific questions.
The instructor announces that the DSA course will be free and covers a wide range of topics, and requests viewers to share the course with others.
The DSA course will include 450+ articles, C++, Java, and Python code, and 450+ video lectures.
The instructor will provide in-depth video solutions and ensure that LeetCode premium problems are available on the practice platform.
The course will cover topics such as arrays, sorting, binary search, and more, taking approximately 6-8 months to complete.
Viewers are encouraged to like and comment on the video, and to subscribe to both channels for lectures and updates.
00:00Hey guys, welcome back to the channel,
00:01I hope you guys are doing extremely well.
00:02So first of all. Sorry for the huge delay.
00:04I know that I promised that I'll be launching this on 15 August
00:07but unfortunately I could not meet the deadlines and I promise that I will be
00:10launching on Saturday and there were some tech issues that I ran into and I got it
00:14resolved and so finally we are launching it on Sunday so sorry for that but you
00:18need to understand that this is my side hustle.
00:20My primary job is a full time software engineer which I do pursue because
00:24of that I don't get a lot of time that is why the delay was there but not an issue
00:29so we're finally launching this Strivers A to Z DSA Course/Sheet.
00:34Now you might be thinking why course and sheet together?
00:38What is the difference?
00:39I'm going to explain you everything is it in C++ or Java?
00:42Going to explain you that as well.
00:43How is it different from all the existing content?
00:45Going to explain to that as well and is it paid or is it free?
00:49I'm going to tell you at the end of the lecture
00:50sorry, at the end of the video, right?
00:52So make sure you watch the video till
00:54the end so without any delay, let's get started
01:02so presenting you the Strivers AtoZ DSA course/sheet.
01:07Now, this course has 18 topics.
01:10Yes, you might be thinking what is special in it?
01:14You find this all over the internet there is special.
01:16I haven't opened the 18 topics individually yet so it is very special so
01:20make sure you watch the video till the end.
01:22So first let's talk about what is the idea behind creating this so till now.
01:28Take it Forward has a lot of content
01:29but primarily on the advanced section, we have something like dynamic programming.
01:33Trees. Graphs.
01:35Tries, recursion. Backtracking.
01:37Strivers SDE Sheet which is very famous because we get 1.5 million traffic on our
01:42website from that single sheet so you can understand how famous is that but when we
01:47did a data survey we found out that the sheet is being used by people
01:50who are in their third year or fourth year or people who are planning for a switch or
01:55preparing for interviews after graduation so we did not have people from the first
01:59year and second year. So I reached out to a lot of people from first year
02:01and second year and I asked them what is the issue?
02:04They said that you don't have beginner
02:06topic or you don't have big enough content.
02:07You have content which is more
02:09of an advanced level which is done in third or fourth year.
02:11So I realized that yes,
02:12this is the major problem which I need to solve on my channel to get more
02:15and more audience. But Striver, how is this different from all the existing courses?
02:20Let me tell you two reasons the first reason is now you would have seen a lot
02:24of people making beginner content or making such promises and they just start
02:28delivering and after that like three, four months down the line.
02:30Their main aim is to actually launch paid
02:33batches but they needed traffic or crowd, that is why they will be doing it.
02:37So eventually they lose out on quality.
02:39Also the number of lectures are very less.
02:41So if you see all the existing DSA courses
02:43or sheets, every one of them will be having like 100 to 200 lectures.
02:47But if you combine our dynamic programming
02:49plus trees, plus graphs, three topics themselves have already 150 lectures.
02:54So you can understand whenever take you
02:56forward has some content, in how much depth we do prepare.
02:59So this is how we will be different.
03:01Are we planning some paid batches?
03:02That is why we are targeting bigger audience.
03:04The answer is absolutely no.
03:06There will be no paid batches till this is completed.
03:08And also I haven't planned of anything
03:10such in the upcoming years, that is for sure.
03:13I am enjoying software engineering and I'm going to enjoy that.
03:15The day I'm bored of YouTube, I'll leave it.
03:17But I will not be taking any live batches on taking forward platform.
03:21I might work as a freelancer for someone else, that is a very different topic but I
03:25will not be launching something on my own or something like that.
03:27That is an assurance.
03:28So you can stay assured that the quality of the courses, the extensive nature will
03:34not be compromised in any sense and the courses will be delivered as you
03:37have seen that we have delivered DP, trees and graphs.
03:40Now, another question that might come
03:41to your head is how is this different from all the existing sheets?
03:44Let me show you something.
03:45You see on the basics, I haven't just put up basic questions.
03:48See this, I'm saying you want to do in basics point by point.
03:52If I say something like binary search,
03:55I'm actually saying you what do you need to do point by point?
03:59And this is arranged in easy to medium.
04:02Now, if you see all the other sheets, for example, let's take strings.
04:06Most of the people have taken topics
04:08and they've just picked up questions from some of the platforms from easy
04:12to hard and they have just plunged that into their sheet.
04:15Now, what I realized was when someone
04:17started they'll start off with arrays, strings, binary search.
04:20So when they moved on to topic, for an example, let's say string,
04:22they found that the problems were sorted from easy to hard.
04:25But the problems had DP on strings, the problems had tougher topics on strings
04:30which were not that easy when you're starting off.
04:32That is why what I've done is
04:34for an example in my strings, if you see we have some basics,
04:37we have some mediums but I know the harder problems of the strings which is more like
04:41the KMP algorithm or something like that, that should be kept at the end.
04:44So I have segregated them in such a way
04:47that you do not have overlapping of topics.
04:50Like if you're learning something over
04:51here, if that requires DP, you'd have done DP over here.
04:55Do you understand this?
04:56So this is a very well curated and structured sheet.
04:59Now, why am I launching this sheet beforehand?
05:01I know I'll have to make lectures, and that is going to take a lot of time.
05:05I don't want you to wait for me.
05:06That is why I'm giving you the sheet ready
05:09so that no one has to wait for me even if something happens to me.
05:13In between.
05:13You have the content, you can search the content on Internet.
05:16You can read from anywhere.
05:18And the best thing about this is most
05:20of the people start with the beginner content.
05:22They leave when they reach something like trees, DP, Strings, tries, etc
05:26because those are tough topics or they slowdown.
05:28But the best thing about this sheet is all the courses.
05:32We already have all the lectures.
05:34Yes, we already have all the lectures of the tougher topics.
05:37Something like Binary search trees.
05:39We already have all the lectures.
05:40If you carefully see all video lectures are there something like trees.
05:43Trees is also there.
05:45All the lectures of the tough topics have been completed.
05:48So you don't have to worry that okay, how will I do the tough topics?
05:51Because beginners is everywhere, but tough is not there.
05:54I've already covered all the tough topics.
05:56What I need to cover is mostly there's
05:59something like arrays, heaps, binary search, stacks and queues, sliding window.
06:045-6 Beginner topics is what I need
06:06to complete, and I feel that I can easily do that in the next five to six months.
06:09So you can expect the sheet to have all the video solutions.
06:13Like as of now, if you see in recursion, you will have mostly for the harder
06:17problems you'll have because they're part of this Striver's SDE sheet.
06:19But for the easy medium problems.
06:21You might not find the video solution, but I can promise you that at the end
06:24of the year, or maybe at the beginning of the next year,
06:26you'll find all the video lectures over here and everything in proper depth.
06:31Now, one more question might be revolving around your head.
06:34Are the lectures going to be in C++ or Java?
06:36Now, if you ask your senior who follow take you forward,
06:39they will say that Striver always focuses on logic, usually codes in C plus plus,
06:43but he shows the corresponding Java code on the left or after the C plus plus code
06:47so that the Java people are also not disappointed.
06:50And something like a for loop, stack, queues.
06:52All of these things are same in C plus plus and Java.
06:54So for all the lectures, I'll be coding in C plus plus.
06:57But what I'll make sure is I'll write
06:59the exact same code of Java on the left hand side so that you can follow me
07:03on C++ and you can see the similar syntax in Java on the right.
07:05So if you're following C++, or Java, it doesn't matter.
07:08My primary focus is on logic, is on algorithm, is on problem solving.
07:12So if you know any language you can
07:14actually follow this course or sheet in depth.
07:17Now you might be thinking is this enough to crack any product based companies like
07:22Google, Facebook, Amazon, Swiggy, Paytm, etc?
07:25Yes, it is more than enough.
07:27You might not be able to crack something like a Codenation,
07:29but for all the top tier companies apart from a couple of them like Media.Net or
07:34Codenation, you should be able to sail through all of them if you follow
07:37the sheet from A to Z and all the video lectures, all the articles, everything.
07:42So we have everything added and in a proper way.
07:45If you see all the articles are added,
07:47the GFG link is added, the solution is there, the leetcode link is there.
07:50So you can definitely follow GFG's practice platform.
07:54Since I was talking about the practice
07:55platform of GFG, let me tell you something about them.
07:58So this is the one stop place if you want to improve your problem solving,
08:01if you want to prepare for placements, if you want to get an edge over everyone
08:04who is preparing for placements, you can check out their courses as well.
08:07If you want to get hired or if you want
08:09to apply to jobs, if you want to be consistent.
08:11This is the one stop or the go to place
08:14for all the geeks around the tech industry.
08:16They have something as a problem section.
08:18If you go over there, they have topics like array strengths, everything.
08:21And if you have some company visiting your
08:23campus, let's say Amazon is visiting, you can select Amazon and they have all
08:26these questions filtered out which were asked previously in Amazon.
08:29So what I'll do is I'll go and solve convert array into zigzag fashion
08:32you can see the question is on the left
08:33and on the right you have options of Java, C Plus Plus, Python and JavaScript.
08:37So you can go across, code it and after that compile and run and submit.
08:40So you can practice in this way and you
08:42can improve your problem solving skills and get a very good placement.
08:45The next section is courses.
08:46You can definitely check out their courses, they are very affordable and if
08:50you want to take any of the courses you can apply the coupon code TAKEYOUFORWARD.
08:52You will get an exclusive 15% discount.
08:55What after problem solving?
08:57You want to get hired, right?
08:58So you can check out the Get Hired portal
08:59where they have listed a lot of companies which do hire from their portal.
09:02So you can just go and check them out and apply.
09:04And they also have something as events
09:06section where they host a lot of workshops, webinars and events.
09:09They all have like all these past webinars workshops and all the future.
09:12So they have details about all of these
09:14things over here, so you get a bunch of knowledge from here as well.
09:17Now, what if you are not consistent in problem solving?
09:19This is where something like POTD,
09:21which is Problem of the Day comes in, where they give you a problem every day,
09:23so you can go and solve this problem every day.
09:26And you want some geeks which you can
09:28later use to claim some amazing prices and vouchers from their site.
09:31So guys, make sure you check out GFG.
09:35Now the most important question. Striver, is this going to be absolutely free? Yes
09:40I am not going to charge a single rupee from you
09:44for 450+ articles, C++, java, python code and 450+ video lectures
09:49Indepth video solutions. And if there is a problem which is leetcode premium
09:54I will make sure that, that problem is on gfg practice platform for you to practice
10:00I am keeping all this for absoltely free
10:02So if you want to learn DSA, if you want to improve your problem solving skills,
10:07if you want to crack DSA interviews of any product based companies, any
10:10This is the one stop destination for it
10:15I want just thing from you guys, Just share the sheet, share the course
10:21as much as possible, among your friends
10:23When will I be starting with the course?
10:25I am completely the graph playlist right now I will complete it probably till the August end.
10:30Then I will be starting off from the start of the sheet
10:33Array, sorting, binary search I will cover every playlist in depth
10:38Probably it will take 6-8 months
10:40And you will have full fledged sheet with videos
10:44As of now, take the sheet and do it on your own pace
10:46I will be adding videos, so that you can get help in future
10:50So that is it for most of the questions. I hope the hype around this launch was worth it
10:56Just in case, you loved it, I just have a single-small request from you guys
11:00I want this video to be the most liked and commented video on both of our channels
11:04So make sure you like and drop whatever the comments you feel from the bottom of your heart
11:10I usually don't ask you for this, but please do for this one. (kardo yaar, yeh jo subtitles padh rhe ho... iske liye b Striver bhai pay krte hai humme... So itne saare efforts daalne ke baad...itna tou deserve krte hain vo)
11:15I will be more than happy if you do it
11:18With that I will be wrapping up this video. Lectures will be coming on the other channel - TakeUforward
11:24So do subscribe to that. If you are new here, please make sure you subscribe to this as well
11:28Because I put a lot of content over here as well
11:29With this I will wrap up this one. I will meet you in some other video as well
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1. What is the promise of free access in Striver's A2Z DSA Course/Sheet?

The promise of free access in Striver's A2Z DSA Course/Sheet includes 450+ articles, videos, and code in C++, Java, and Python, covering beginner to advanced concepts of dynamic programming, trees, graphs, recursion, backtracking, etc., all structured and organized for easy navigation and understanding.

2. What are the key features of Striver's A2Z DSA Course/Sheet?

Striver's A2Z DSA Course/Sheet offers 450+ articles, videos, and code in C++, Java, and Python, covering beginner to advanced concepts of dynamic programming, trees, graphs, recursion, backtracking, etc., all structured and organized for easy navigation and understanding. It assures no compromise on quality or frequent paid batches.

3. What does Striver assure regarding the quality of the course?

Striver assures no compromise on quality of the A2Z DSA Course/Sheet and no frequent paid batches. The course covers beginner to advanced concepts of dynamic programming, trees, graphs, recursion, backtracking, etc., all structured and organized for easy navigation and understanding.

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Striver's A2Z DSA Course/Sheet covers topics like dynamic programming, trees, graphs, recursion, backtracking, etc., in C++, Java, and Python, with content structured and organized for easy navigation and understanding. The course promises free access to 450+ articles, videos, and code.

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