Kelvin Lau and Vincent Ngo of “Data Structures and Algorithms in Swift” show why to have these into your core knowledge list.
Data Structures And Algorithms
- Data Structures and Algorithms in Swift Book – raywenderlich.com
- Why learn algorithms
- Swift Algorithm Club – Github
- Protocol-Oriented Programming – Video WWDC 2015
- Swift Generics/a> – Video WWDC 2018
- Using Collections Effectively – Video WWDC 2018
- What’s new in Swift – Video WWDC 2018
- Binary Trees – Wikipedia
- Bubble Sort – Wikipedia
- Sorting Algorithms – Wikipedia
- Big-O Notation Cheat Sheet
- Radix Sort – Wikipedia
- Node – Wikipedia
- Copy on Write – Wikipedia
- Coin Sorter
- Design Patterns by Tutorials Book – raywenderlich.com
- Dru Freeman on Twitter
- Jay Strawn on Twitter
- Kelvin Lau on Twitter
- Vincent Ngo on Twitter
- Email the Podcast Team
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