After evaluating a lot of options, I decided to join Bosscoder Academy, and it indeed turned out to be a good decision. To put it in a nutshell, the course really emphasizes on all the required concepts and is more learning focused, making you strong in DS Algo and System Design. I have been benefitted due to this, and recently got selected in PayPal as SDE3.
It is an intensive program, where 3-4 hours of effort is required from your side also everyday. Some key features which I liked: Live classes: High quality & best teachers. Syllabus: Best curriculum, we had very good level classes on DS & Algo. Mentors: Regular mentor sessions to track your progress and setting milestones. Mock Interviews: to find weakness and work on them.
Bosscoder gives you everything starting from Data Structures and Algorithms, High Level and Low Level Design followed CS Fundamentals and then a Web Dev project. In this structured training, with a minimum hard work of 3-4 hours daily and by the help of the instructors, I can definitely see myself improving. I have learned to solve hard problems at Bosscoder Academy.
Excellent curriculum, structured topics and hand-picked questions helped me focus in the right direction rather than just randomly searching the topics from youtube. Mentor session always helped me clear my all doubts in no time and Mock Interviews helped me boost my confidence. Recently I was able to crack Dassault System with a package of more than 50% from my current package.
On the result part, after taking up their course, my confidence in problem-solving grew considerably. The questions asked in the test and the subsequent interview were all from topics taught to us. I was able to get a job offer from Hyland within the 4th month of joining this course.
For me Bosscoder academy was a boon towards my problem solving ability. Although coming from a CS background it was a bit overwhelming to solve new coding question, but then I was introduced to Bosscoder academy and right from the first class I started liking the classes and also got to know about the different techniques to approach a problem which indeed was a boon to me.