Learning Algorithms: A Programmer's Guide to Writing Better Code (True AZW3)

Learning Algorithms: A Programmer's Guide to Writing Better Code
English | 30 Sept. 2021 | ISBN : 1492091065 | 350 pages | True AZW3 | 6.03 MB

When it comes to writing efficient code, every software professional needs to have an effective working knowledge of algorithms. In this practical book, author George Heineman (Algorithms in a Nutshell) provides concise and informative descriptions of key algorithms that improve coding in multiple languages. Software developers, testers, and maintainers will discover how algorithms solve computational problems creatively. Each chapter builds on earlier chapters through eye-catching visuals and a steady rollout of key concepts, including an algorithm analysis to classify the performance of every algorithm presented in the book. At the end of each chapter, you'll get to apply what you've learned to a novel challenge problem–simulating the experience you might find in a technical code interview. Examine fundamental algorithms central to computer science and software engineering Learn common strategies for efficient problem solving–such as Divide and Conquer, Dynamic Programming, and Greedy Approaches Analyze code to evaluate time complexity using big O notation Use existing Java and Python libraries to solve problems using algorithms Understand the key steps in algorithms presented in the book Use example code in your programs and documentation

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