Whiteboarding Interview Prep

Galvanize - San Francisco - 44 Tehama St San Francisco - View Map Girl Develop It San Francisco
Sat, May 18, 2019, 10:00 AM (PDT)

About this event

On the job hunt? Come prep with us! Whether you just finished a bootcamp, get nervous live coding on a whiteboard, or it’s been a long time since you’ve studied algorithms, this hands-on workshop will have you practicing these skills throughout the day in front of a whiteboard. By the end of this workshop you will be more confident and more informed about popular whiteboarding interview questions.

Topics covered:
• Whiteboarding tips and tricks
• Data structures: (stacks, queues, trees)
• Recursion
• Algorithmic complexity/ Big O


You should be proficient in at least one programming language; it doesn’t matter which one.

This is also a great follow-up workshop for our Algorithms 101 workshop on Saturday, May 11th (https://meetup.com/Girl-Develop-It-San-Francisco/events/259569022)!


• Your laptop (Mac, PC, Linux) and charger
• A modern web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari)

If you do not have a laptop, please contact the instructor. We have a limited number of Chromebooks for students to borrow.


Payment is required to attend. If you'd like to attend but cannot afford the cost, click here to request a scholarship (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfiUBN4yve3L7iociXzcqNgEtrljsn_7mCgZ3eUtvAEr3bcQg/viewform?usp=sf_link). Due to the number of applications, only the scholarship recipients will receive an email a few days before the workshop. Thank you for your understanding!



Nicole Fish is a professional dancer turned psychology major turned software engineer. A fierce STEMinist dedicated to paying it forward, an impressive two-time college dropout, and a proud graduate of an all women’s coding bootcamp/ feminist utopia, she is passionate about building tools that empower people. As the primary front-end architect of the latest product at Elevate Security, she first pushed her code into production last year, which immediately vanquished her imposter syndrome.

Faiza Khan has taught Probability and Calculus courses to undergraduates for 2.5 years. Her deep interest in Computer Science and Mathematics has led her to transition into Data Science. She loves playing PC games and has recently gotten into fitness.


Saturday, May 18
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)


Galvanize - San Francisco
44 Tehama St San Francisco