I build this website because I want to publish the best book on system design and use this website as a channel to gather early feedback on the content.
The motivations behind this website can be outlined as follows:
Identify the most important system design content for you
Simplify the complex system design concepts via illustrations and share them with you
Build a community of people who are interested in system design
This website is aimed at working professionals and students who would like to upskill in software architecture or crack the system design interviews. A few samples of the most popular posts are the following:
The system design newsletter is a spin-off of this website.
The following diagram captures the differences between the website and the newsletter:
Consider subscribing to System Design Newsletter:
- Simplified weekly system design case studies
- Powerful template to approach system design for FREE
- Get a feed of posts on the website
If you have any questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What Readers Are Saying
As a soft. eng. I wholeheartedly recommend this website for its exceptional insights into System Design. The cmprhnsive cntnt, clear explnatins, and real-world case studies have been instrumental in honing my System design skills. checkout https://t.co/QpDUuyegvK— Neeraj Jain (@nj1892) August 6, 2023
Tools and Resources
The learning resources that I recommend to prepare for a software engineering interview can be found here.
The tools that I use to build the website can be found here.
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