Adrian Mejia has created a series that focuses on Data Structures for Beginners. This part focus on graph. Make sure to check all other article in this serie.
Targeting at programmers who know their art but who don’t have any theoretical computer science background, I will present one of the most pragmatic tools of computer science: Big O notation and algorithm complexity analysis.
Writing your own TCP/IP stack may seem like a daunting task. Indeed, TCP has accumulated many specifications over its lifetime of more than thirty years. The core specification, however, is seemingly compact1 - the important parts being TCP header parsing, the state machine, congestion control and retransmission timeout computation.
We will learn what is a system language from author’s point of view. Implement a POSIX signal helper in Pony, Rust, Nim, Ocaml, Go.
No matter how much physical memory you had in your box, the utter most important Conventional Memory was limited to 640 KiB! The Legend teaches us that Bill Gates once declared that “640 KB ought to be enough for anybody”.The truth is of course a little more complicated than that.
Computers did not always use base 2. Computers did not always operate on just an on/off value. There were other things, different things that were tried and eventually abandoned.
Or learn test-driven development with Go? Explore the Go language by writing tests. This part focus on HTTP server.
In this practical e-book(only 36 pages), author Cindy Sridharan examines new monitoring tools that, while promising, bring their own set of technical and organizational challenges.
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