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What I have done so far as an attempt is to start an instagram account where I post tips and invite people to join a WhatsApp group I started, the only thing is that I'm not getting the audience I'm intending and it frustrates me. I started it all to get people who were better than me or help others so as to improve. It would also be nice to have company, not only here on great subreddits like these, but also offline. Any help would be appreciated!

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So, I'm a self-taught programmer, started my journey the starting of 2022.

Till now I've created good 2 beginner level projects. (Github).

But now I'm seeing that companies are asking DSA questions in interviews. Watched some youtube videos of mock interviews. Got shit scared.

Opened Leetcode, solved some easy problems, after some time I couldn't solve anymore problems.

I'm extremely overwhelmed by DSA and the questions asked in the interviews.

Can anyone give a practical approach for DSA? Or should I focus on Projects only (I have 2 fairly complex and good ideas for my next projects)?

At this point i'm desperate and confused.

u/mods Not Sure If it's allowed. Feel free to remove. Thanks :)

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