This is the 4th part of my learn-in-public shinazz, with me taking a crash course on Algorithms and data structures. In this post, we will talk about a 5-step process I learned in solving programming problems. It's a 5-step process that should help you on implementing and solving complex requirements.
What we talked about previously was measuring the time complexity of an algorithm. That's what we would do to measure how performant an algorithm is in terms of how fast it would execute. There's another side that we might be interested in though, and that is how much memory a
I've just begun learning algorithms... Yes, just begun as I am not a Computer Science graduate (although I wish I had... some of my regrets in life. A story for another time.). I recently read swyx's blog post about learning in public and was inspired by it, thus I decided
I'm now alone as a frontend engineer at my day job. I contemplated as to why I was saved from getting kicked out. Why him, and not me.This occurred after the Mobile developer from my side project got booted out, and our frontend engineer almost suffered the same fate.