The system design course provides a comprehensive overview of designing scalable systems, catering from initial stages to handling millions of users. It covers various crucial topics such as efficient notification systems, personalized news feed design, seamless chat application architecture, and effective URL shortener implementation. Through a combination of lectures, and many more.
Feb 10, 1:30 PM – Mar 15, 1:30 PM
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Lecture links will be updated here : refer : TECH KRAFT yt channel The system design course delves into the intricate principles and methodologies crucial for crafting robust and scalable systems, tailored to cater to a spectrum of user loads, from fledgling startups to global enterprises serving millions. This comprehensive curriculum encompasses a wide array of topics, offering a deep dive into the intricacies of architecting systems that seamlessly handle real-time updates, personalized content delivery, instantaneous communication, and efficient link management.
One of the focal points of this course is the design of notification systems, where students explore the intricacies of efficiently delivering real-time updates to users across various platforms and devices. Through lectures enriched with industry insights and real-world case studies, learners dissect the architecture of notification systems, understanding the underlying mechanisms that ensure timely delivery, personalized targeting, and optimal resource utilization.
Furthermore, the curriculum extensively covers the creation of news feed systems, essential components of modern digital platforms. Students delve into the complexities of designing algorithms for content personalization, optimizing feed ranking mechanisms, and leveraging caching strategies to deliver a seamless user experience amidst fluctuating traffic volumes and diverse user preferences.
In addition to notification and news feed systems, the course delves into the architecture of chat applications, unraveling the intricacies of real-time communication at scale. From peer-to-peer messaging to group chats, students explore the design principles underpinning chat protocols, scalable message routing mechanisms, and synchronization strategies to ensure seamless interactions across distributed environments.
Moreover, the curriculum addresses the implementation of URL shorteners, indispensable tools for managing and tracking links effectively across digital platforms. Through hands-on projects and practical assignments, students gain proficiency in designing URL shortening services that optimize link redirection, track click-through rates, and mitigate security risks associated with shortened URLs.