Javascript Reversed Integer Problem

Doing the Javascript reversed integer problem is pretty straightforward after doing the reversed string problem.  The only extra steps are to convert the number into a string “.toString()”, then an array “.split(”) and “.reverse()” to reverse it.  Finally, I need to use “.join(”) to convert it from an array back into a string, and “parseInt()” to […]

More Solutions to Javascript Reverse String Problem

I just started the Udemy course “The Coding Interview Bootcamp” by Stephen Grider.  I have five solutions below for the reverse string problem in Javascript.  The first three solutions I was already comfortable with.  I never actually used the for…of loop, however.  Grider recommends using it when possible in interviews as there is less room for […]

Dev position interviews – live coding

During a recent phone interview I was asked to live-code in Javascript using  I never had to live code for someone before, and it didn’t go great… so I have been working on algorithm coding practice.  I’m using, and I have been going through a YouTube video from Traversy Media ( One common […]