It is Sunday again, seems like last week came and went by faster than usual.
When I browse YouTube videos on my phone, I tend to run into some that I would like to watch and if possible experiment with the subject. This post is associated with a video by Irfan Baqui. It is nice to get a challenge, understand what it is required, solve it and see how a fellow developer comes to the same solution using a different and in some cases the same approach. Continue reading “Odd Occuring Number in Array”
Yesterday I was talking with a coworker about the time it takes (me) to produce a post in this blog. Towards the end of the day, after a nice walk with my wife, I developed the code for this post. My inspiration came from a YouTube video by Irfan Baqui. I am a firm believer that in order to verify you understand some subject, you need to write about it. The reason for writing is that one explains the subject to the reader. Continue reading “Queue implemented with Stacks”
Lately I have not had the time to write in this blog. For the past several months I have been getting up seven days a week, no later than 04:30 AM. I am taking a specialization on Big Data and machine learning. Loving every minute but it does not leave time at the end of the day to sit down and do something in order to be able to write a post. Continue reading “Fibonacci Sequence”
Not to be confused with the fruit, Guava is an open source, Java based library developed by Google. It provides utility methods for collections, caching, primitives support, concurrency, common annotations, string processing, I/O, and validations.
I have been experimenting and using the Google Guava library for a few months. Most of features are quite nice and useful (e.g., Multimaps). In this post I show how easy it is interact with multimaps. Continue reading “Guava – Multimap”