- What is system design? 9 mins
- How to approach System Design? 17 mins
- How to understand that you have built a good system? 9 mins
An in-depth, self-paced, and on-demand course that for early engineers to become great at designing scalable, available, and extensible systems at scale.
Its time for early engineers to become #AsliEngineers 🚀
If you are an experienced engineer and already know system design, but want to take your skills to the next level, do check out my live cohort-based System Design Masterclass course.
inclusive of all the taxes
✔ Watch and learn at your own pace
✔ 35 videos covering the curriculum
✔ Lifetime access to all the 35 course videos
✔ Language of communication will be strictly english
✔ Lifetime access to recordings of all doubt resolutions
✔ Bi-weekly doubt solving - Wednesday 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm IST
You will be able to access the course material through courses.arpitbhayani.me.
International folks, can also pay in USD or pay in EUR. In case you want to pay in any other currency, just drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions or need any clarifications before enrolling, please reach out to me at email@example.com.
This is a beginner-friendly self-paced course on system design aimed at providing an exclusive and crisp introduction to building systems. The program will cover most of the topics under System Design and Software Architecture from scratch assuming no prior knowledge.
The course operates at a beginner-level and hence does not assume any prior knowledge of system design. We would start with absolute basics and then scale up to build real-world systems in a very structured way. By the way, following are the pre-requisite for this course
The primary objective of this program is to make you comfortable at building systems that are scalable, fault-tolerant, and reliable. But here is what you could reap out of it.
The course will make you comfortable at designing any system, no matter how stringent the requirements are.
Learn some of the most interesting concepts, super-clever algorithms, and sophisticated architectures. You are bound to have mind-blown moments.
Be it FAANG or your dream startup, you would be at ease while designing systems in the interview round.
Learn the designing paradigms and upskill yourself to accelerate your career growth and stand out.
People from all over the world have mastered System Design through my other System Design course meant for experienced engineers.
Folks belonging to some of the best companies and high thriving startups have taken my intermediate system design course, the list includes the likes of
I am a CS engineer passionate about Databases, Language Internals, Distributed Datastores, and Advanced Algorithms. I am currently working with Google as a Staff Software Engineer with the Dataproc team in making Apache Spark faster. Throughout my career, I have worked across a variety of domains and have built systems, services, and platforms that scale to billions; and have worked at companies like Unacademy, Amazon, Practo, and D. E. Shaw.
Post my masters in CSE from IIIT Hyderabad I joined D. E. Shaw for a short stint of 2 months, before moving to Practo and working there as a Platform Engineer, building and owning close to 8 different microservices. Post Practo I worked at Amazon on their primary mission-critical internal E-Commerce Database and built Data Pipelines that cold tiered the stale data.
After quitting Amazon in 2018, I joined Unacademy as their first Technical Architect and there I designed, built, managed, and scaled services like Data Lake, Search, Notification, Logging, Deployment Engine, and many more. I then transitioned into the leadership role and operated as a Director of Engineering and led the Site Reliability and Data Engineering verticals.
Every week, I put out at least one YouTube video on an Engineering Topic and publish a newsletter. I always keep building things on the side, and a few of my hobby projects include
Some testimonials from the people who recently took my courses.
One thing I can guarantee that after this course you can read any kind of system design book/blog with confidence and you will be able to relate to Arpits classes in someway or the other, also Arpit designed the course in such a way that you will be able to relate to previous classes and bring out patters in solving problems. My best investment ever :)
Had a super fun in learning how to learn and think system design. I am already using Arpit's teachings at my work, and I don't think anything more needs to be said.
It's easy to throw jargons and assume that a system can be built. But then keeping things simple and starting from the basics, the approach to be taken, taking baby steps, and then heading towards a direction is indeed best taught by Arpit. Plus, his enthusiasm!
Arpit is a passionate individual who teaches one of best system design course, his explanation comes from real implementation and exposure to the problem. He makes sure that individuals develop critical thinking when approaching system design.
I would highly recommend his course for any one who tries to build systems to scale.
You can always drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for other questions.
The entire course is taught in english and all doubt solving sessions will be conducted in english.
No. This is a recorded self-paced course with bi-weekly doubt solving sessions with me.
Masterclass and Beginner course are mutually exclusive. Beginner course is for absolute beginners and starts things from scratch. Masterclass assumes you have some understanding of systems and we take it forward from there. There will be very minimal overlaps in the topics I cover in the two courses. In general, if you have some understanding of systems and have watched existing system design videos, go for the masterclass. If you want to start from absolute scratch then opt for beginner one.
This course is for any engineer who wants to get started with System Design. If you are a college student or a working professional wanting to start with System Design, this course is for you.
No. But the discussion will be strictly related to topics discussed and covered in the course.
Yes. I will be teaching the entire course.
No. The course is focussed on High Level Design only.
It is not possible to implement every system; it is recommended that you self-implement the system and understand the low-level details. The course will definitely cover systems from every aspect.
Yes. You will have lifetime access to the recordings of the course.
3 day refund window from the day you purchased the course (11:59:59 pm on the rd day from the date of purchase).
No. I hold complete right to cut-off the access to any course material if I find you sharing course material, learning, videos, and notes on social platforms or the internet.
The entire course will be conducted by me, Arpit Bhayani, no external TAs, mentors, etc. You will get to learn everything from the horse's mouth.
There are no programming pre-requisites, but having a basic idea is always better.
My System Design Masterclass is an intermediate-level course and hence assumes you know basic system design. This course assumes nothing and will ramp you up on everything you should know about it.
Yes. The kind of depth which is touched in this System Design is unmatched. Even if you have watched all the System Design videos out there, you will still have moments that will blow your mind.
Yes. An invoice will be issued to you with all the legal and necessary details. This means your employer can choose to process this invoice and provide reimbursement.
I do not generate the certificate for every candidate, but if you need it, just drop me a message, and I will issue one right away.
Yes, we support Credit Card, Debit Card, UPI, and Credit Card based EMIs having a duration of 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, and 24 months as offered by Razorpay.
I track the browsers and devices from which the course is being accessed and if I fnd anything suspicious, I hold the complete right to revoke the access of the course and not offer any refund.
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