Why Python? Starting with Basics !
Typical tech interview answers by Final Year Engg. Students nowadays:
✓Language you prefer in coding tests?
✓Language used in your project?
✓Your field of interest?
✓You want to intern in?
✓Do you know the basics of C/C++ ?
✓Any idea of Data Structures?
✓Your Aptitude Score?
Our questions to them:
✓If you aren't too good at #aptitude, How can you be a good Data Scientist - Data is Math?
✓If you don't know the real time implementation of Python, How can you expect a long term career in AI/ML?
✓If you aren't clear with basics of C/C++ & data structures, How will you code efficiently?
✓Important word for Freshers:
Python is simple, it let's you work on data which is the key in #machinelearning & #artificialintelligence but:
Unless you are able to build clean & efficient code
Unless you are good with Math
Unless you have an analytical mind
Everything is a waste!
Just making a project in Python or learning theory from an institute won't work in interviews of big companies
You need to be clear with basics & then only move forward, stepwise
Why don't you make a combo of Python & C++/JAVA so that you pursue #simplicity & #codeefficiency simultaneously?
To build niche #careers you always start with basics.