Hack Reactor - Algorithms

  • December 10, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Nicolas Embleton, Founder and CTO of DataField, is going to host the workshop.


7:00 -7:15 : icebreaker/introduction/announcements 

7:15 -7:25 : present and discuss the algorithm(s) 

7:25 -8:15 : pair off and solve algorithm(s) 

8:15 -9:00 : discuss solutions as a group

In order to build the most expected workshop, please help do the survey by following this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CALXjk36YEQaT4UCIVn-FjajVxvZ_D3zR4lJBiexQeo/viewform . Thank you.

To cover the venue cost, the organizer would like to call for 50,000 VND/a person when attending each meetup. Please register to Nicolas and do payment on the onsite day. Many thanks



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  • Khoa T.

    Interesting topic but we were able to go through only 1 algorithm. Next time for algorithm meetup, I suggest to give attendants some problems to solve before coming. We can share and decide which is the best solution.

    December 10, 2013

    • Nicolas E.

      Thanks a lot for coming yesterday Khao :). To answer to you comment, I had some thoughts myself as to "do more algorithms" or "dig more into less". And I think that I like the fact of going "deep" into something. That's what it is to be "very" good at something. Yesterday was wonderful and some awesome questions were asked. We could spend 2 other follow up Hack Reactor to dig into it and come up with "AWESOME" result. I promised you that. Let's see for the follow up Hack Reactor. It was very positive and I want that we have more of those in 2014 :)

      1 · December 11, 2013

    • Khoa T.

      Going deep is better. I totally agree with you. For example, Radix sort is very simple but applying it in parallel computing is more interesting :D. I didn't know that there are follow up sessions for this topic so I just worried what we have gotten too less.

      1 · December 11, 2013

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