Programming is a weekly podcast that aims to make us better software engineers! With each episode, you'll learn about a computer science concept in a brief and accessible way.
Episode 21 - Maps, Hash Maps, Tree Maps, and Hash Tables
Today in less than 20 minutes, we'll explore what maps are and how they work under the hood. We'll talk about the differences between treemaps, hash maps, and hash tables.
We'll dig pretty in-depth...By the end of the episode, you'll understand how to implement hash tables using an array, hash function, and a linked list!
Episode 20 - Static and Dynamic Systems
Today we'll look into static and dynamic systems. We'll discuss what does it mean for a programming language or a framework to be static or dynamic.
In the second part of the podcast, we'll focus on some of the properties of static systems and how they can help in better compile-time optimizations, development experience, and more!
Episode 19 - Type Systems and Type Checking
In this episode, we'll look at the very basics of type systems and their enforcement.
We'll discuss strongly and weakly typed languages. After that, we'll dig into different enforcement strategies - runtime with dynamic typing and compile-time with static typing.
We'll talk about ECMAScript modules, strongly connected components, depth-first search, and more! Enjoy!
Episode 17 - Dependency Injection
Today we'll talk about using dependency injection across paradigms! You'll understand what this pattern is all about and how to use it.
During the episode, we'll touch on topics such as inversion of control, high-order functions, and testability.
Episode 16 - Memoization
Today we'll learn about memoization! Memoization is a practice that helps us improve the performance of our apps using caching.
In the episode, we'll also discuss pure functions, caching strategies, and much more!
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This podcast explains concepts at the perfect level of abstraction: not specific to any framework or language, but examples are relatable and concrete.
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