Elliot Forbes | Duration: 1 h | Video: H264 3840x2160 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 481 MB | Language: English
Knowing what data structures to use in certain scenarios is invaluable and can save heaps (…sorry) of time and effort.
In this course, we’ll be covering everything from arrays and slices in go, all the way through to stacks and queues, before tackling some of the more complex data structures such as linked-lists, binary trees, and graphs.
Once we have laid this foundational knowledge, we’ll be expanding upon it to then look at some of the most common sorting and searching algorithms and how you can effectively implement these in Go!
What You’ll Learn
• Arrays and Slices
• Sorting in Go
• Binary Trees
• Priority Queues
By the end of this course you should have a solid understanding of some of the fundamental data structures and you should be able to smash those technical interviews.