Reading Sacha Chua’s blog post on testing what you know by sharing inspired me on how to practice some basic computer science skills I have not used much in a while but are very useful to have freshly in mind. I’ve been wanting to improve my computer algorithm knowledge skills for a while, but never got around to it, putting the task aside for “other important things”.
For a very basic start, an algorithm is a series of steps to accomplish something. A cooking recipe can be an algorithm for the dish, and like every recipe, there are several ways to make the same dish.
See, that wasn’t hard to explain at all! I hope the rest comes as easy as this one.
By sharing what I learn here in my blog, I will need to comprehend fully the concepts to write them down and I will also be practicing my programming skills, keeping a log of my notes for future reference and sharing with other people interested in the topic. Hopefully I will get comments with better ways to explain this concepts or better code examples. So this looks like a win-win situation for everyone.
By the way, if you want to read a fun blog with a mixture of cooking recipes (or algorithms) and politics, check out Tacos and Politics.
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