Algorithmic Thinking, 2nd Edition

by Daniel Zingaro
Algorithmic Thinking, 2nd Edition
  • ISBN-13: 9781718503229
  • Author(s): Daniel Zingaro
  • Subject: Computer programming / software development
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Group
  • Imprint: No Starch Press
  • Publication Date: 23-01-2024
  • Format: p/b

Availability: In stock

£47.99
Knowing how to design algorithms will take you from being a good programmer to a great programmer. This completely revised second edition teaches you how to design your own rocket-fast, right-for-the-task algorithms-minus the proofs and complex math. Forget the useless pseudocode and played-out examples you've seen in other books. Author and award-winning educator Dan Zingaro draws problems straight from online programming competitions to rigorously teach you all of the heavyweights you need to know, like hash tables, recursion, trees, graphs, and heaps. As he guides you to the perfect algorithmic solution for each unique programming puzzle, you'll build up a toolkit of go-to algorithms for quickly and correctly solving any problem you come across. The second edition features several entirely new chapters on dynamic programming and randomized algorithms, as well as more effective problems and enhanced explanations. Code examples are provided using the C language. Learn how to: Classif
About the book

Knowing how to design algorithms will take you from being a good programmer to a great programmer. This completely revised second edition teaches you how to design your own rocket-fast, right-for-the-task algorithms-minus the proofs and complex math. Forget the useless pseudocode and played-out examples you've seen in other books. Author and award-winning educator Dan Zingaro draws problems straight from online programming competitions to rigorously teach you all of the heavyweights you need to know, like hash tables, recursion, trees, graphs, and heaps. As he guides you to the perfect algorithmic solution for each unique programming puzzle, you'll build up a toolkit of go-to algorithms for quickly and correctly solving any problem you come across. The second edition features several entirely new chapters on dynamic programming and randomized algorithms, as well as more effective problems and enhanced explanations. Code examples are provided using the C language. Learn how to: Classif

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