In this post I will make a short review of the book “The Alignment Problem” by Brian Christian.
Overall I liked the contents of the book and its organization. I pay a lot of attention as to how material is presented. One technique is to repeat the important messages to allow the reader to have a second opportunity to think about them. In this book the author included a multipage conclusion that touches on the subjects of each of the nine chapters. Continue reading “The Alignment Problem – Book”
A couple weeks ago, during a meeting, someone mentioned an interval hashmap. I decided to check if Java had a class implementing a version of an interval hashmap. As you can imagine, it does and is called NavigableMap.
In this post I explored some of the features available in the NavigableMap interface.
If interested, I would suggest to first take a look at the Interface NavigableMap<K, V> in the Oracle Java documentation which can be found here.
After reading the Oracle documentation and some articles in GeeksforGeeks and StackOverflow I decided to start experimenting. Continue reading “Interval HashMap”