• What we'll do
This is part of our series of tech talks given by our current immersive students.
This talk will be held in English, though help in Japanese will be provided for those who need it.
What are sorting algorithms, why are they important, and how can you use them? Join us for this workshop where Shingo will briefly give a lecture on one sorting algorithm, then pseudo-code through a problem.
You'll get a chance to write your own!
We will go over a lot of the most common ones including: bubble sort, insertion sort, quick sort, selection sort, and merge sort.
About the Speaker:
Shingo Konnai is now a student in Code Chrysalis. After getting a master's degree in Information Science and Technology from graduate school, he joined one of the biggest IT services companies in Japan. He has about five years of experience working as a developer (Mainframe, Network, HULFT, COBOL, Job Control Language etc.), an assistant project manager, and a systems architect. He worked to build and manage the banking systems. He is passionate about creating apps to improve the efficiency at the workplace for other people and offer new service for other people.
• What to bring
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