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Build Algorithms using Typescript

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Algorithms are the basic construction of the computer programs that you are writing every day. They take language syntax and the machine uses that information to carry out our commands. While "everything is an algorithm!" is basically a true statement, we also have quite a bit of thought and effort put into defining formal algorithms. Understanding these formal algorithms helps you as a developer so that you won't need to re-invent the wheel every time you sit down to solve a problem.

They also come up quite a bit as "whiteboard problems" in programming job interviews, so understanding algorithms is a big win for you as a coder.

You will review many common algorithms using TypeScript as the language. Even if you don't prefer TypeScript, they will easily translate into JavaScript or practically any other language

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    As a developer without a formal computer science education, I found these concise and clear lessons to be fascinating insights into new ways to think about programming. They challenge me to think around problems instead of taking them literally head-on, and I'll keep these particular algorithms and data structures in my toolkit. Thanks!

Course Content

1h 40m • 25 lessons

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