Want to nail your System Design interview (without having to study dense textbooks or memorize 50 different database technologies)?
Want to wow your Google interviewer (even if you have no experience designing full-scale systems)?

Want to have companies fighting over you for the rest of your career?

Then Coding Interview Mastery: System Design is the Grail to your Quest.
But first…a pop quiz…

True or false...
  • You are a unicorn developer who dreams in hexadecimals and is good at everything
  • You are a lazy engineer who pushes broken code on a Friday afternoon and passes the buck to someone else to fix over the weekend
  • You’ve single-handedly built massive distributed systems supporting billions of users
If you answered TRUE, then it's best we part ways now. Because this course is not for you!

But, if you answered FALSE and you are a software engineer dedicated to leveling up your career and improving your interview ability…

And you want to FINALLY stop wasting time learning 20 different database technologies and 15 different software architectures, and just learn the patterns and tools that will help you nail your interview with the information and experience you already have…

Then you are in the right place at JUST the right time.
Finally, a bulletproof system to solve any system design problem FAANG companies throw at you, and show your interviewer exactly what they need to see to hire you.

No more...
… watching solutions on Youtube and feeling entirely inadequate
… going into the interview having no idea whether you’ve studied the right things
… hoping and praying they ask you to design a system that you’ve studied and know exactly how to design
Let me show you exactly the things you need to know and cut out the things that you don’t!
You get a phone call. It’s your Google recruiter. After reaching out a few weeks earlier, you finally connected.

She’s currently trying to decide whether you’re someone that she wants to invite in for an interview.

You talk through some of the minor points on your resume.

She asks about your experience at your current company.

You’re vibing. You think it’s going really well.

As you get towards the end of the call, you’re finally starting to relax. The conversation is flowing smoothly.

And she hits you with it:
“So, I think you seem like a great candidate. I’d love to schedule you to come in and do some interviews with our engineering team.”
Boom.

Success.

You’re pumped. You’ve been working on this for quite a while.

Last month, you finally convinced a friend of a friend from college to refer you to the Big G and it now looks like you’re really going to get your shot. Finally.

Your recruiter is wrapping up now. She has another call coming up in 5 minutes, she says, but do you have any questions right now?

“Yeah…” you say. “I was wondering if you can tell me what to prepare for my interviews.”

“I’ll send you over a packet of info on what to study as soon as we get off this call,” she says. “It’ll mostly be coding problems, so you’ll want to be prepared for that.”

Then, almost as an afterthought, “Oh and you’ll have at least 2 System Design interviews as well, so definitely study up on that.”

And that’s it.

You hang up.
"You’ll have at least 2 System Design interviews as well, so definitely study up on that."
Now comes the hard part. The part you were dreading. The part that has tripped you up so many times before.

It’s not the coding interviews. 

Yes those are no joke. Yes you need to make sure you prepare. But they’re a known quantity.

You can go to Leetcode and find practice problems.

You can learn strategies and take courses.

You can do mock interviews.

AND…

You know when you answer the question whether you solved it correctly or not.

There’s no grey area. Either you fully optimized the solution or you didn’t.

But system design…

It’s like walking into an exam where no one told you what to study and you have no idea how they’re going to grade it.

How do you even prepare for something like that?

Of course the answer is obvious. Just study everything.

But as you start to dig in, you realize how naive your expectation was.

By the third page of Designing Distributed Systems, you’re already lost.

How the hell are you supposed to remember all this stuff?
Maybe if you had time to build your own system, you could experiment with the things that you are learning.

But how the heck are you going to find time for that?

It would be nice if you had a chance to actually work on these sorts of things in your day job, but right now you’re deep in the middle of slogging through a refactor of the code base. Nothing interesting there.

Plus, there’s not really enough data to have to make anything super scalable anyway.

It’s kind of a catch-22 really.

If you get the job at Google, you’ll get an opportunity to work on these large scale systems. You’ll get the chance to design revolutionary new tools.

But to get the job, you need to already have done that. Somehow.
Maybe it’s time to take a different approach to your studying.
To Youtube.

But 2 minutes into a video on how to design Netflix, you come to a painful realization…

There’s no way that you could do this in the amount of time you have in the interview.

It’s just not possible.

Besides, this person knows so many things that you’ve never heard of before.

The CAP theorem.

The ACID model.

Load Balancing. API Gateways. Websockets.

The list is endless.

You feel so stupid. So isolated.

Here you’ve been just doing your job. Just working with the tools you were given.

You haven’t had to think about why to use this database or that. You just use the database that DevOps already had configured.

You never had to learn how to set up an RPC. Someone smarter than you already did that so you just plug into the API.

And now it feels hopeless.

There’s simply too much to learn.

Too much to absorb.

Too much to memorize.

And what should you focus on? Your interview is coming up soon. You can’t spend unlimited time on everything. You need to focus.

But you don’t know what they’re going to ask you. They don’t tell you. There’s just this interviewer looming between you and the job that you have dreamed about for years, using arbitrary criteria to shit all over your experience.


It doesn't have to be that way.
What if you could do something different?
What if instead of blindly studying random topics, you had a specific roadmap?
What if you could read your interviewer’s mind and figure out exactly what they were looking for?
What if you had a step-by-step framework for solving system design problems?
Hi, I'm Sam...
...founder of Byte by Byte. Over the last 4+ years, I’ve helped thousands of people prepare for their interviews at top tech companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, and more.
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Day in and day out, one of the biggest challenges our students face is System Design interviews.
It’s not because they aren’t smart.

It’s not because they can’t program.

It’s not even because they can’t design systems…

It’s because they don’t know what they’re going to be asked OR how they will be evaluated on their actual solution.

Every time they go into the interview, it feels like a game of command line Russian roulette.

[ $[ $RANDOM % 6 ] == 0 ] && rm -rf --no-preserve-root / || echo *Click*

How does one even prepare for that?

The answer?
[ $[ $RANDOM % 6 ] == 0 ] && rm -rf --no-preserve-root / || echo *Click*
How does one even prepare for that?

The answer?
Day in and day out, one of the biggest challenges our students face is System Design interviews.
Consider going grocery shopping. You take a shopping list with you that has precisely what you need on it. When you go to the store, one of two things can happen:
  • You only get things that are exactly what is on the list. If the store is out, you get nothing. Depending on the day, you may come home with only 50% of the items on the list.
  • You try to get the stuff on the list but if the store is out of that exact thing, you make substitutions. You end up with some variant of all the stuff you need.
The problem with most people: They take the first approach.
Well let’s be honest, most people don’t have ANY system.
But those that do, stick to it rigidly.

That’s great for something that’s a known quantity. If you’re taking a math test, you can simply memorize the formulas that you learned.

But with system design, you need to be flexible. 

Otherwise, when your interviewer makes the smallest change to the problem, it completely throws off everything you were planning for your solution. 

When they ask you to explain why you chose to use a NoSQL database and you don’t have a clear answer, they know that you don’t really know what you’re talking about.

And not only do you need to be flexible, but you need to know where to flex too. 

Where should you stand your ground and use the tech you’re most familiar with? Where should you just do what the interviewer says to do?

Where can you control the direction of the interview to guide towards your areas of expertise?

That said, you can be unlimitedly flexy, but it doesn’t help if you don’t know what your interviewer is asking for and you end up giving the exemplary answer to the wrong question…

That’s why I developed a system.

Two years ago, I decided that I needed to actually figure out how people could solve system design problems once and for all. I’d gotten so many questions about it. This was no longer optional.

So I started digging.

I interviewed engineering managers who conducted system design interviews.

I interviewed recruiters.

I watched Youtube video after Youtube video.

I even paid thousands to a research assistant to help me compile all the data.

And today, I’m so excited to share with you the final result:


INTRODUCING
Coding Interview Mastery: System Design
A 6 module course where you'll learn the strategies you need to nail your System Design Interviews.
This is the result of all that work. Of all that research. Of all that forensic investigation.

Coding Interview Mastery: System Design is my brand new, in depth masterclass to teach you everything you need to know to nail your system design interview.

No longer do you have to study dense academic textbooks.

No longer do you have to memorize 50 different database technologies.

No longer do you have to go into your interview having no idea whether you’ve studied the right things.

In this course, I’ll show you exactly what you need to know to prepare for your System Design interview and blow your interviewer away.

Some things you’ll learn include:
The Pyramid of System Design
Every time you sit down to prepare for system design interviews, what are you going to study? 

You could study database design.

You could study different architectural patterns.

You could study random systems that you might never get asked about.
Or…

You could focus on learning the exact things that will apply to your interview. 

Of course you never know exactly what your interviewer is going to ask you. But that hardly means that you can’t prepare the right things.

With the Pyramid of System Design, not only can you focus on the exact things that are most likely to come up in your interview, but you can focus on applying your EXISTING knowledge rather than having to learn everything from scratch.

Rather than learn 10 different database technologies, you can just focus on the one or two that you know the best.

Rather than study tons of theory, you can go deep on the exact tools that you'll use in your interview.

Rather than randomly trying to figure out what the hell your interviewer wants you to do, you can strategically approach all aspects of the interview to demonstrate exactly what they want to see.
The Psychic Method
Not sure what your interviewer is asking?

What if you could just read their mind.

Well, I can’t help you do that, but this is about as close to a jedi mind trick as you’re ever going to get.

Using the Psychic Method, you will learn how to ask your interviewer the exact right questions to figure out what they are looking for so that you can solve the precise problem that they asked and nothing else.
Databases, Distributed Systems, Scaling, and More
I love talking about strategies and techniques, but sometimes that’s not enough. Sometimes you’re just lacking bits of knowledge that you need to solve the problem at hand.

That’s why, not only do we go deep into the strategies for solving System Design interview questions, but we’ll also give you all the background info that you need to be successful.

We’ll take you deep into the different components of a system along with practical exercises that you can use to apply your knowledge.

Plus, we’ll give you key frameworks that will allow you to think critically about the stuff you already know so that you can really show your abilities for your interviewer.
Plus… A Step-By-Step Problem Solving Approach
And finally, we’re going to give you a step-by-step approach.

At the end of the day, I can give you all the tactics in the world, but it doesn’t matter if you can’t actually apply them in a real interview. 

That’s why I’ll be sharing with you the step-by-step problem solving approach. This way you’ll know exactly what to do every time you go into a system design interview.
But we do things a little differently...
Unlike most of the resources out there, this course is not just a collection of System Design problems with their one-size solutions.

That wouldn’t be particularly helpful, since you’d just be trying to memorize solutions. As soon as your interviewer makes the smallest change to the problem, it immediately throws off your approach completely.

Rather, while this course does include many examples and practice problems, we focus on giving you a complete system for solving system design problems and making sure to fill in all the gaps in your knowledge so that you can go into your interview and crush it.

But at the same time, we’re not throwing in the kitchen sink.

That’s not helpful either because if you wanted to be overwhelmed by the amount of stuff you need to learn, you could find yourself a Youtube playlist…

We’ve taken significant time to carefully curate exactly the things that you need to know and cut the things that you don’t. We’ll cover databases, scaling, back-of-the-envelope calculations, and a whole lot more, but we’ll focus on how you can actually apply these.

This isn’t about theoretical info. It’s about real world application.
Let's dig into the details.
Here’s how the course works:
Module 1:

Your Step-by-Step System Design Framework
In this first module, we will lay the foundations that you will need for all system design interviews. Immediately, you’ll be able to level up your approach to these interviews and start seeing results, even if your interview is in the next few days.

You will learn:
  • My 5-step system design framework to tackle any system design problem
  • One trick for determining all of the constraints of the problem in 15 seconds or less
  • ​Why it is critical to develop a “Minimum Viable System”
  • Word-for-word scripts to guide the interviewer towards your areas of expertise
Module 2:

Architectural Patterns
With the basic problem solving framework dialed in, we will now dig into some of the key concepts that you will need to understand to be successful in your interview.

You will learn:
  • The 7 most common architectural patterns that you can use in your interview, and how to choose the right one
  • How to develop systems using Layered Architecture and Microservices Architecture patterns
Module 3:

Database Design
Now we need a place to store our data. There are so many options to choose from, but you don’t need to learn them all. You’ll figure out exactly what to focus on.

You will learn:
  • The difference between relational and non-relational DBs (and which you should choose)
  • ​How to design the optimal schema for your data
  • ​The ACID and BASE models of database design
  • ​The back-of-the-envelope calculations you need to do to make sure that your system can support scale
Module 4:

System Communication
We have our data, but how do we move it around? Do we have an API? How do we make sure that our data is secure? In this module we’ll cover everything that you need to know about networking and communication.

You will learn:
  • How to construct the right API for your service (plus whether to choose REST or SOAP)
  • ​Load Balancing, API Gateways, Websockets, and more
  • ​Information security fundamentals that are required to secure all of your data
Module 5:

Distributed Systems and Scaling
So our system works, but what happens if there are 1M database reads per second? What if we want to support 100M users? This is where we need to start scaling up our system. That’s what you’ll learn in this module.

You will learn:
  • Horizontal vs. Vertical scaling: Which is better and how to use both effectively
  • ​Ensuring data consistency while scaling up and distributing your data stores
  • ​How to scale up and distribute storage so your system doesn’t get overwhelmed
Module 6:

Common System Design Problems
Now that we have all of the fundamentals dialed in, of course we need to practice solving real-world system design problems. In this module we’ll walk you through a selection of practice problems so that you are 100% ready to go into your real-world interview.

Some problems we cover:
  • Design Netflix
  • ​Design a messaging app
  • ​Design TinyURL
  • ​Design a search engine
And don't forget about the bonuses
You're also going to get access to:
Bonus #1:
2 Q&A Call Recordings
We’ve spent a ton of time developing this course so that it answers all of the most common questions that come up for our students while learning system design. However I also recognize that everyone’s situation is unique.

That’s why we’re including the full recordings of 2 live Q&A sessions we conducted where CIM: System Design students asked all the questions that they had about system design.

Value = $97​
Bonus #2:
Object-Oriented Design Masterclass
In 21st century software engineering, object-oriented is pretty much unavoidable. That's why I've put together a special masterclass on how to use object-oriented design in your interview.

Not only do the principles here (inheritance, abstraction, polymorphism, and more) apply directly to System Design, but you also need to be prepared to answer direct questions about object-oriented design in your interview. After this masterclass, you'll be able to solve these problems without breaking a sweat.

Value = $47
Bonus #3:
Designing for the end-user
What if you could design the exact product that a company's customers wanted to buy? Would that make you more or less likely to land the job? Designing the exact system is the beauty of human-centric design. And yet most software engineers never stop to consider who will actually be using the system they built.

In this lesson, you will learn how to stand out from your fellow interviewees by using human-centric design to stand out above the other candidates you are competing with and be your interviewer's first choice for the job.

Value = $47​
The results speak for themselves...
"I have subscribed to the system design course and have been watching the videos since the past week. You did a great job !! Thank you.

I very much appreciate the framework for solving these kinds of problems. It has helped me to approach with structure."

- Taraniteja
"All this material is new to me. You have made it quite comprehensible. Thank you for that."

- Senthil C.
"Thanks for checking in Sam. I am definitely lot more comfortable and confident in my system design interviews."

- Laukik W.
"I've really been enjoying your System Design course. Really helps me solidify some of the things I know. I have always had the pieces (NoSQL, Load Balancers, Caching, etc), but I didn't always know when to use them."

- Craig L.
“I appreciate all your help and thanks a lot for creating this platform! (I had given up with the interview processes since I’ve failed a few, and thanks to finding your site I’m encouraged to try again man, so thanks for that also!).”


- Juancho P.
"I do want to mention that all the resources/links you have provided in each module are very helpful and a great addition to your video tutorials."

- Anmol B.
"Super cool that you reach out to customers like this! I'm really enjoying the course so far. You explain things clearly, and do a great job breaking concepts into palatable chunks."

- Tiffany K.
“Thank you very very much for hosting this. Yes, there are a lot of YouTube videos on this topic but there's no 1 stop, actually good (from start to finish) content coverage like this.”

- Chandni S.
Something to think about:

Software engineering isn’t necessarily as affected by the pandemic as some other industries, but it certainly is affected. The more that companies put freezes on hiring or slow down hiring in general, certainly the more prepared you want to be for those interviews because the competition goes up for the jobs that are available.

System design interviews, in particular, are a great way to stand out from all the other candidates who scored similarly to you in coding interviews.
Have a question?
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it even worth interviewing right now?
Software engineering isn’t necessarily as affected by the pandemic as some other industries, but it certainly is affected. The more that companies put freezes on hiring or slow down hiring in general, certainly the more prepared you want to be for those interviews because the competition goes up for the jobs that are available. 

System design interviews, in particular, are a great way to stand out from all the other candidates who scored similarly to you in coding interviews.
How do I access the course content?
When you sign up for the course you will get instant access to all 6 modules of course content through the Byte by Byte Student Portal. That means that you can go through the material at the exact pace that you want and refer back to it whenever is convenient.

As with all Byte by Byte courses, you have lifetime access to the material so it is always available to you when you are preparing for your System Design interviews.
Does the course cover AWS/Azure/[insert your favorite technology]?
No. If we tried to cover the ins and outs of every single technology platform, this course would be about 500 hours long. And not only that, but there are already tons of resources and documentation out there.

Rather, this course focuses on the stuff that you CAN'T get elsewhere: The strategies for how to actually use these tools in your System Design interview. You will learn the frameworks and overarching principles that will allow you to take your existing knowledge and experience and translate it into a successful System Design interview.​​​
Is this relevant in my country/at X company?
The content of this course is relevant to any company where you are asked to complete a System Design interview. Currently, these interviews are common at most of the top tech companies so I would highly recommend checking out the course if you are interviewing for one of these companies.
Are there any prerequisites for this course?
System Design is a huge topic. Because of that, I am unable to cover everything in comprehensive detail.

This course is designed for those with an existing software development background who want to make sure that they have all the theoretical foundation and frameworks that they need to nail their System Design interview.

If you are brand new to software development, I would recommend you wait on joining this course until you have at least 2-3 years of experience.
Who SHOULD NOT buy this course?
If you’re wondering “How do I know this will work for ME?”…

The best way to find out is to try it. I’ve built in a generous 30-day guarantee, which means you can take the ENTIRE course before you decide it’s right for you.

With that said, there are some people who are NOT right for the course.

Reasons why you should NOT join:

There are two people whom I do not want in my course. They are:

1. Anyone taking prescription medicine for Special Snowflake Syndrome. These engineers will ask question after question until they find something I say no to. “Will this work for me? I’m a one-eyed pirate off the coast of Neverland who only knows how to code in LOLCODE”.

2. The engineer who pushes broken code on a Friday afternoon and passes the buck to other people to fix over the weekend. This is a course for people willing to put in 1.5x the work “average” people do to achieve 10x the results. If you don’t have the work ethic it takes, don’t join.
Can I get a discount?
No.

At Byte by Byte, we stand by our products. I am confident that if you commit to the course, you will get 10x the value out of it that you paid for it.

Months and months of work go into developing every new product. Not only that, but with this course, you could land a new job, get a $10k pay raise, and so much more. Basically, it’s worth the price.

However, to make the course a little more affordable, we do have payment plans available.

Here's how the payment plans work (it is NOT the same as a subscription):

1. We break the one time course fee into 4 monthly installments

2. You make the first payment today

3. Then for the next 3 months, you make a monthly payment

4. Once the payment plan ends, you own all the course material and have lifetime access to the content
What if I have questions while going through the course material?
I’ve tried really hard to answer all the questions in the course that I expect to come up. However, I totally understand that everyone’s situation is unique and I want to be available to you to answer any questions you might have.

That's why my team and I are always accessible by email if you have any questions.
What if I don't like the course?
I’m confident that you will love this material. I’ve tested this material with many students and I know that it will work for you too if you put in the work.

That said, we are offering a 30-day refund guarantee to every student who signs up for this course. If for whatever reason you find that the course material is not right for you, simply email us at support@byte-by-byte.com within the first 30 days and one of our support staff members will get you refunded right away.
Why Coding Interview Mastery: System Design is the only System Design course you need
CIM: System Design is THE ONLY online program that teaches you everything you need to know to nail your system design interview.

If you know of any other resource that gives you a specific study plan and a step-by-step problem-solving framework instead of throwing random topics at you to study…

If you can find me any other interview prep course that shows you how to “read your interviewer’s mind” and figure out exactly what they are looking for so you can show them what they need to see to hire you…

Or show me any way to master system design in just 4 weeks so you not only ace your interview and land that FAANG job… but then go on to impress the CTO and VPs of engineering with your intelligent feedback in design reviews…

I WILL EAT MY WIRELESS MOUSE.

So let’s think about this seriously for a minute:

You could watch hundreds of hours of design problems on Youtube and build your own systems to experiment with the things you are learning (COST: 300 hours x $10/h = $3000 – or is an hour of your time worth less than the marketing intern’s lunch money?) 

OR

You could get a masters degree in distributed systems and spend $100k

OR

You could fail hundreds of interviews to figure it out yourself and pay $1,000,000 for the privilege (That $5k salary increase you failed to get, invested at 8% over 40 years, would have netted you $1m)

But STILL…

NOT have a consistent system that allows you to actually nail your SD interviews

RUN OUT OF TIME in every single interview

THINK YOU NAILED IT only to get ghosted by yet another company that you dreamed of working for

With Coding Interview Mastery: System Design, you show the recruiter what they need to see to hire you AND SAVE ALL THAT MONEY.

Be honest now, if I just handed you that big wad of cash, would you turn it down? Think about that before you click away…


Here's how CIM: SD is different from other interview prep courses
Let me level with you… fair and square.

Coding Interview Mastery: System Design is not your typical interview prep course.

What this is NOT:

This is NOT a high-level, cursory overview of system design that is oversimplified to the point of uselessness. 

(Yes, CIM: SD does provide an easy-to-understand overview with practical examples; and yes, it is not bogged down by extraneous content. However, it also: gives you a *complete* system for solving system design problems AND strategically fills in the gaps in your knowledge.)

This is NOT a course that only focuses on tech giant web applications like designing Facebook.

(Yes, CIM: SD does balance key concepts with practical, real-life examples; and yes, it does walk you through these popular design problems. However, we also work through other real-life examples that aren’t covered by most courses, such as how to redesign a booking app for tradespeople so that you can apply the specific tools that you are learning throughout the course in real time.)

This is NOT a stiff, text-based program that offers no connection between student and teacher.

(A course devoted to helping aspiring engineers translate human needs into technical data structures would be undermined by its lack of human connection. That’s why CIM: SD uses video and a white board to demonstrate system designing live.) 

Coding Interview Mastery: System Design is THE ONLY online program that helps you master the system design interview in 4 weeks, and teaches you how to show the interviewer exactly what they need to see to hire you.

This is your chance to glide from feeling overwhelmed and not understanding what the hell to even prepare for, to wowing your interviewer and landing that FAANG job.
So ask yourself these hard questions:
  • Would you rather memorize 50 new database technologies… or ace your interview using the technologies you are already familiar with?
  • ​Would you rather be the engineer who doesn’t understand what the expectations are… or the engineer who can show the recruiter what they need to see?
  • ​Would you rather live in fear of the system design interview… or master it once and for all, and have one less thing to worry about?
Because that’s all it boils down to: CHOICES.
If all this course does is to get you the freedom to enjoy the weeks leading up to your interview…

Or get you from being a disappointment to the interviewer (and the friend who referred you)… to being the candidate they fight for…

Or finally allow you to break free from the vicious cycle of failed interviews…

Would you agree that $297 is a tiny price to pay… it’s almost insignificant really.


* Roadmap to study what is likely to come up? Check.

* Step-by-step framework for solving SD problems? Check.

* Psychic Method to read your interviewer’s mind and figure out exactly what they are looking for? Check.


I should remind you that there is absolutely no risk for you to try this… literally zero negative consequences. 

You can buy without worrying about losing your money (we offer 30 day guarantees), your dignity (we don’t shame you for refunding) or your face (you get to keep it).

The only thing you stand to lose is the “joy” of going into the interview having no idea whether you’ve studied the right things.

So unless you enjoy playing roulette, join Coding Interview Mastery: System Design before the doors close on 12/16:
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Horizontal vs. Vertical scaling: Which is better and how to use both effectively
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