Understanding data structures and algorithms allows you to write more efficient code, correctly build the architecture of the project and individual modules.
Flexible timing: start now and move comfortably
Correctly organize data for a specific task
Successfully pass interviews in large product companies
Solve more complex problems
Write code that runs faster and better
According to our Competency Map, understanding algorithms and data structures is an essential skill for developers with 1 to 3 years of experience.
After three years of experience, this knowledge becomes a necessity.
You will learn how to choose algorithms and data structures for a specific task, and you will also be able to more effectively interact with data: search, filter and store in the correct format. This will help you solve problems such as:
Traversing trees to understand how templating engines work
Reviewer selection algorithm in pull request
Duplicate filtering for 100,000 positions
Storing and displaying alerts for the user
And many other tasks
The course involves self-study of the material in a comfortable mode for you. You can start learning right now.
The program is divided into modules, each of which allows you to gradually master the skill from simple basics to complex subtleties.
Each module consists of:
Structured information needed to master a part of a skill
Examples of solving typical problems that will allow you to understand how theory turns into real practice
For self-consolidation of the received theory. For each task, after completing it, you will receive a step-by-step solution to compare it with your own and make sure that it was completed correctly
For the final fixing of the material. It will allow you to make sure that you have learned everything exactly and you can move on.
Made for developers who have little time to learn. On each course you will receive:
Links theory to typical tasks in the market. You will have an understanding of where and how to apply the resulting theory.
The community of each course consists of authors, experienced developers, and students who have taken or are taking this course.
The community not only helps in mastering the material, but also constantly makes the course better.
You want to learn a specific skill but don't know how
You do not want to waste time searching for relevant information on the topic
You need a specific teaching methodology and only the necessary information
You want to make sure that the acquired knowledge is learned in practice
We have been building a relationship with the commercial development market for 9 years. We train beginner developers and see how they become experienced specialists.
Before launching a course, we make sure that it provides a sought-after professional skill.
We communicate with the web developer community and therefore understand how to teach. We minimize the time from studying the theory to solving typical problems.
«Studying the material on my own, I got a theoretical understanding of the issue. But it is practical knowledge that is needed to solve problems. And in HTML Academy, this is exactly what the bet is. What do you learn by hand, how it works. Even if you haven't read something.».
«To be honest, I'm too lazy to search all over the Internet for some articles, textbooks. And then immediately the theory, explanation, tasks. And I know that I will definitely pass them, unlike any video courses».
«The material is presented in the format in which it is better to learn. Studying on our own, we do not always understand. Porridge in my head.».
«You can study all this on your own, but it’s quite problematic, because there is a lot of information on the Internet. It is somewhat disjointed, in some places contradictory. And here, what I liked, they give very specific squeezes with explanations. Directed where necessary, give a vector of development. And gradually».
«There was an expectation that there would be more conversational videos, listening to the teacher. Many courses have this in video format. I had to read the textbook. I wouldn't say it ruined anything. It turned out that it was pleasant to work with the textbook. Thought it would be more difficult. It turned out --- no, everything is fine».
«When you find the right solution, and it works, it doesn’t give errors, you still doubt whether you did the right thing. [On the course] collective work, authoritative opinion. It's like a compass, a landmark.».
«I have an opinion that HTML Academy makes courses for professionals. That the student will come out immediately with a general idea of the issue, already having a set of practical solutions».