NamyaLG

Lately, direct deployment of a Heroku App connecting it to Github is forbidden due to security concerns. Nonetheless, through the CLI, deployment on Heroku can be done.

These are the following steps. I’m assuming git is installed in the CLI and the directory is Heroku-ready.

  1. Install the Heroku CLI
  2. cd repository-to-be-deployed
  3. heroku login -i This allows login from the CLI to your Heroku account
  4. heroku create This creates an app, with a random URL. It can be renamed
  5. git add --all
  6. git commit -m "Whatever commit message you like
  7. git push heroku master Give it a few minutes, and the deployment is done!

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If you didn’t figure out the title, I’ll be interning at Amazon this summer!

I applied through Amazon WoW, a hiring program based in India. There were 3 online assessments covering aptitude, leadership/behavioral skills, data structures, and algorithms. I interviewed with Amazon in October 2021 and received the offer soon after. As far as my memory goes, the DSA questions asked in the interview were Leetcode easy-medium level. A thorough discussion about my internship at Samsung was followed by 2 DSA questions.

This one’s pretty brief, I’ll cover my internship experience soon!

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