Linked lists are a fundamental data structure in computer science. They are often used to represent a sequence of elements, where each element is linked to the next one. In this post, we'll introduce linked lists and explore some algorithm questions related to them.
When it comes to data structures, the majority of textbooks typically demonstrate implementation using languages such as C or Java. However, with the increasing popularity of Jamstack, it is crucial to carefully evaluate and select efficient data structures for client-side state management as well, considering both their advantages and limitations.
When working on real-world enterprise solutions, it's common for software products to adapt to changes regularly using agile software development methodologies like Scrum. As a result, it becomes increasingly important for software developers to figure out how to create reusable components, share common building blocks, and develop with flexibility. With good practices, it can make development easier for the whole team and allow for better iteration of products.
Welcome to my blog! I am Howard, a software engineer who is passionate about technology and product development. On this blog, I will be sharing my experiences and insights from my work in the tech industry, as well as my passions for math and diving.