As you know I’ve been brushing up on my algorithm problem solving. I’ve decided to switch gears a bit and get back into C++ rather than Java. I found this problem by Serge Lansiquot from his Udemy course called Learn C++ Programming… Read More »Coding Problem : Outputs the minimum amount of currency denominations
We are going to start a series of posts on code problem solving. This will really help you guys that are self taught software developers. No matter how simple or complex we get with these problems it’s always good to… Read More »Problem Solving with code – Speeding Fine
There are tones of posts online that cover bubble sort. Lately I’ve been brushing up on my Java and also I like Haxe so here are two videos covering bubble sort in each of the two languages. Java Bubble Sort Algorithm… Read More »How to create a bubble sort with Java and Haxe
This will be the first in a series of posts on some common algorithms you can use to solve various problem. I find it super helpful to do one or two of these per day just to keep things fresh in… Read More »How do you create a queue from stack algorithm
Kitura is aweb framework and web server that is created for web services written in Swift. Features: URL routing (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE) URL parameters Static file serving JSON parsing Pluggable middleware I’m really looking forward to giving this a… Read More »Kitura – a Swift web Framework and HTTP server
Great Answer from: Hounshell “Read. No, really, read. The following are highly recommended. Read everything about algorithm and design you can possible find. There are phenomenal books out there. The Sedgewick algorithm books are good. The Algorithm Design Manual by… Read More »How do I learn algorithms and data structures?
Checkout My Resume The lowdown on Matthew Wallace: I’ve been a software engineer for more than a decade. The technologies and languages I specialize in are many. Problem solving is something I really enjoy. Languages I work in: Swift, Objective-C, Actionscript,… Read More »About Matthew Wallace