swift-algorithm-club

Algorithms and data structures in Swift, with explanations! (by raywenderlich)

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  • I can't code projects without Google
    If you need a project to work on, try implementing some algorithms in Swift, each based on a description of how that algorithm works. You can use projects like Swift Algorithm Club for ideas.
  • Data Structures & Algorithms in Swift Ray Weinderlich. Is it worth the purchase?
    They have a GitHub repo that’s free for anyone to checkout: https://github.com/raywenderlich/swift-algorithm-club/ . It covers many ds&a topics and I’ve found it helpful. As for the book, in not a fan of the author’s use of generics to explain the data structures. There’s too much going on and I would have preferred if the author explained each topic with sample questions. Another resource I’ve used was the free ds&a course on Udacity.