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Monthly Open Coding Evening

  • Apr 2, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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If you've ever sent a text message before, you might have wondered how your phone guesses what word you're typing based on just a few letters. This week, we'll (partially) answer that question with a fun and useful data structure called a trie (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trie). Starting with a bare Rails app, we'll build a web page that offers a simple word completion suggestion feature. If you've never worked with tree-like data structures before, this will be a good introduction. Of course, if you just want to come by and work on your own project or chat about code in general, that's great too!

*Enter around the corner on North Moore Street*

Food & Drink will be provided by Constant Contact. 


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