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Practice with these curated resources!

Whiteboard freeze?
Practicing many problems gives you confidence. There's a reason your last interview is the easiest. Exposure, exposure, exposure.
Mediocre coder?
Probably not. But never hurts to review a basic CS concept and point to useful learning resources each single week. Become an excellent programmer over time!
Have a job already?
Perfect! Invest in preparation now for your next job (be it 2 or 5 years down the road) by reviewing problems regularly.

Nobody goes into a boxing match cold. Lesson: you should bring your boxing gloves to the interview. No, wait, sorry, I mean: warm up beforehand!

Steve Yegge, Get that Job at Google

Sucking at something is the first step to becoming sorta good at something.

Jake, Adventure Time with Finn and Jake
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