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The Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs Podcast (aka ADSP: The Podcast) is an informal podcast inspired by Magic Read Along. We plan to talk about whatever we feel like - algorithms, data structures, programming languages, latest news in tech and more. Feel free to follow us on Twitter at @adspthepodcast.
 
The world is always looking for a better way to manage their content, to design something new and just be plain awesome on the web. Collectively, we’re here to say - look no further. You should be using Squarespace. That’s what Content, Structure & Style is all about.
 
The SMSF Strategy series is hosted by Chris Reed from Business Concepts Group (BCG). The eight-part podcast series covers key areas involved in having a Self Managed Super Fund including Fund Structure, property investing, Gearing, the family super Fund, Tax planning and Estate Planning. SMSF’s are becoming more and more popular but many Funds operate at a basic level. This series looks at helping trustees take their SMSFs to the next level and maximise the benefits of the SMSF. Chris also h ...
 
REVISED: This course was updated during the fall, 2016 semester. New data structures includes left-leaning red-black trees and the Nguyen-Wong implementation of B-trees, both containing complete algorithms for insertion and removal. Catalog description Data structures and design patterns with the C++ language. Analysis of algorithms. Sorting algorithms—insertion sort, merge sort, heapsort, quicksort. Linear data structures—stacks, queues, linked lists. Dictionaries. Hash tables. Trees—binary ...
 
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Fresh off hiatus the guys are back for another episode! Join us for Episode 91 “So Anxious” as we talk:0:00 WERE BACK!1:51 Curb + Fall TV5:00 Twitter and it’s evolution 8:30 anxious situations 18:24 Whats in your mini fridge 24:50 YouTube removing dislikes button 37:55 Tik Tok radio station 43:00 Fall Music48:00 changing grading scales 55:00 though…
 
We would now what they thought when they did it, a call for a history of ideas in computing. Laurent Bossavit, author of The Leprechauns of Software Engineering, can’t work out who introduced the phrase “legacy code” (or why). Technical … Continue reading →由Graham Lee
 
In this episode I welcome Diana Darling to the podcast. Entrepreneur, publisher, co-founder, founder, idea generator, president, influencer, event developer, and more can be used to describe Diana professionally. Like many of our guests, her path is interesting. From Texas to London to New York, and points between, Diana has a unique path. You'll h…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor catch up about Florida before solving an algorithm LeetCode problem. Date Recorded: 2021-11-13 and 2021-11-23 Date Released: 2021-11-26 Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers Channel 5 News YouTube Channel LeetCode Problem C++ std::partition Clojure partition Rust partition Programming Pearls The Art of Computer Programming…
 
Photo by Louis Maniquet ‘It’s easy to forget,’ said Sir David Attenborough in his address to COP26, ‘that ultimately the emergency climate comes down to a single number — the concentration of carbon in our atmosphere.’ That one number, he goes on to say, ‘defines our relationship with our world.’ According to Attenborough’s framing, the story is a …
 
‘It’s easy to forget,’ said Sir David Attenborough in his address to COP26, ‘that ultimately the emergency climate comes down to a single number — the concentration of carbon in our atmosphere.’ That one number, he goes on to say, ‘defines our relationship with our world.’ According to Attenborough’s framing, the story is a mathematical problem, wi…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor celebrate their one year anniversary by talking about 0 vs 1 indexing and their favorite episodes so far. Date Recorded: 2021-11-13 Date Released: 2021-11-19 Conor & Bryce’s Favorite Episodes ADSP Episode 39: How Steve Jobs Saved Sean Parent ADSP Episode 21: Galaxy Brain Programming Languages ADSP Episode 25: The Lo…
 
In this episode we take some time to chat with Jarrod Zea and Alexa Zen, two up-and-coming Settlement Consultants about the future of the industry as informed by the past. If you'd like to learn more about the work that Ms. Zen and Mr. Zea do, you can find their bio page and contact them directly at www.ringlerassociates.com.…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about the difference between efficiency and speed. Date Recorded: 2021-11-05 Date Released: 2021-11-12 ADSP Episode 47: Combinatory Logic! C++ std::minmax_element C++ std::inclusive_scan Loop fission and fusion C++ std::memcpy Cache prefetching Register pressure Intro Song Info Miss You by Sarah Jansen https://…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor have a fun chat about Bryce’s recent triumphant victory over JF Bastien on Twitter. Date Recorded: 2021-11-05 Date Released: 2021-11-05 ADSP Episode 49: Special Guest Dave Abrahams! (Part 2) ADSP on Twitter Bryce Lelbach on Twitter Conor Hoekstra on Twitter JF Bastien on Twitter Hana Dusíková on Twitter Olivier Giro…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor interview Dave Abrahams about how he went from programming BASIC to APL to C++! About the Guest: Dave Abrahams is a contributor to the C++ standard, a founding contributor of the Boost C++ Libraries project and of the BoostCon/C++Now conference, and was a principal designer of the Swift programming language. He rece…
 
Photo by Patrick Hendry In this episode we’re going to address three questions. What’s a word? What did it feel like when life first emerged on the Earth? When’s the first (or the last) time you made a real decision? And I’m going to try to convince you that these questions all have something to do with each other. I believe that thinking about wor…
 
In this episode we’re going to address three questions. What’s a word? What was did it feel like when life first emerged on the Earth? When’s the first (or the last) time you made a real decision? And I’m going to try to convince you that these questions all have something to do with each other. I believe that thinking about words will give us a bi…
 
You are now tuned into Episode 90 of the No Structure Podcast titled “Go DJ” with a guest appearance from our engineer Torbjorn. Tor joins us to talk music creation, going on tour, edm vs hip hop crowds, going on tour and MORE.Don’t forget to subscribe/rate/review/share … thanks for tuning in.由The No Structure Podcast
 
This episode follows from episode 42: what I have yet to learn. APPropriate Behaviour and its incompleteness comes up again The Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (and its incompleteness) come up again too; last mentioned in episode 41: professional software. … Continue reading →由Graham Lee
 
Welcome Barbara Kotsos to the show. I met Barb in 2014 just after she joined Giroux Glass. If you want to understand more about marketing, what marketer's do, and what a professional marketer is doing in the specialty subcontracting field, this is a "must listen." It's like a short course on the value of marketing in any business, but the applicati…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor interview Dave Abrahams and talk about C++Now (aka BoostCon), C++ and Swift! About the Guest: Dave Abrahams is a contributor to the C++ standard, a founding contributor of the Boost C++ Libraries project and of the BoostCon/C++Now conference, and was a principal designer of the Swift programming language. He recentl…
 
How can we create a viable impact against global warming? How must we change our way of thinking to save the planet? David Jensen and Cecily Chambers dive into this topic with Innovator Francis Beland. Francis Beland is currently a Senior Partner with the Oxford Gav Conservation Venture Studio. Oxgav is a collaboration between the University of Oxf…
 
In this episode, Conor waxes rhapsodic about how beautiful combinatory logic is! Date Recorded: 2021-10-03 Date Released: 2021-10-15 Functional vs Array Programming Talk ArrayCast: Why Tacit? The Wolfram S Combinator Challenge On the building blocks of mathematical logic - 1924, Schönfinkel An Analysis of Logical Substitution, 1929, Curry Combinato…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about math, what the Nobel Prize of C++ would be called and the future programming language awards! Date Recorded: 2021-10-03 Date Released: 2021-10-08 Beard Twitter Thread Functional vs Array Programming Talk Matt Godbolt on Twitter Two’s Complement Podcast Ben Deane on Twitter Troels Henriksen on Twitter ADSP…
 
Step into the mind of master architect, artist, author, poet, speaker, & business owner, John Marx of Form4 Architects . John is a co-founding partner/Chief Artistic Office at Form4. The firm is best known for shaping the all-amenity tech campus concept in the Silicon Valley. John also designed the area’s first all electric net positive office buil…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about inverse scans, groups and combinator birds! Date Recorded: 2021-09-11 Date Released: 2021-10-01 Canada Wide Science Fair ADSP Episode 43: Parallel Scans and Associativity ADSP Episode 44: Should You Drop Out of School? Inverse Scan Example Andreas Schätti Tweet ADSP Github Repo Sunbubble ADSP Issue on Gro…
 
Photo by Keita Senoh When did you learn that the earth travels round the sun and not the other way round? And when you talk to yourself, which one of the dialoguing characters is you? Language generates multiple selves, and each self comes with its own built in worldview. Is it superstitious to think of selves that are wiser than us, that are prote…
 
When did you learn that the earth travels round the sun and not the other way round? And when you talk to yourself, which one of the dialoguing characters is you? Language generates multiple selves, and each self comes with its own built in worldview. Is it superstitious to think of selves that are wiser than us, that are protective, that wish to b…
 
Lighting design is an under-appreciated art form as far as the general public is concerned. The casual viewer will care more about the acting and the story versus the lighting. Four-time Tony Awards winner and acclaimed lighting designer Kevin Adams believes otherwise. Learn Kevin's journey into theatre and find out, as he asks himself, if he’ll ev…
 
You are now tuned into Episode 88 “Royal Rumble” of the No Structure Podcast. This week Shane joins the guys to talk music, moving to Vegas, vaccine wars, misinformation, old shows returning, WWF and More.Hit the link below for more from the podcast including socials, video content and more:https://linktr.ee/Nostructurepodcast…
 
This episode is about truisms that aren’t, in the world of the computer. I’ve already written an article, falsehoods programmers believe about programming, on a similar topic, but in this episode I go into way more depth on the counter-examples … Continue reading →由Graham Lee
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about whether you should drop out of school and learning vs getting good grades. Date Recorded: 2021-09-11 Date Released: 2021-09-24 Dr. Gary Parker Hash Tables Red Black Trees Ivan Čukić Functional Programming in C++ C++Now Together by Vivek Murthy Intro Song Info Miss You by Sarah Jansen https://soundcloud.co…
 
Welcome to the Creating Structure Podcast #24. My guest is Mr. Mike Russo, Owner, President and CEO of SPS Corporation. In addition to a lot of "who's who" in the curtain wall and cladding industry world, we cover a lot of ground here on history, current realities, SPS's work, trends, future, and more. We've got Mike's inspiring story of overcoming…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about parallel scans and what the associativity requirement on the binary operation actual entails. Date Recorded: 2021-09-11 Date Released: 2021-09-17 Balderdash Board Game Credenza Twitter Poll Ramanujan Numbers SICP - Conor Hoekstra - CppCon 2020 The Man Who Knew Infinity (film) NASA Plants ArrayCast Episode…
 
Continuing our Medicare conversation with Greg Bashaw, President of CP Resolutions, we discuss the anticipated changes to Medicare rules set to be announced this month, and take a deeper look at how those changes might effect the settlement process. CP Resolutions is a leader in lien resolution services including Medicare Parts A&B, Medicare Advant…
 
As one of the most common tools in settlement planning, Medicare is often misunderstood. In part 1 of this 2-part episode, we take a look at how Medicare came to be and how it can impact a settlement plan. Ringler Radio welcomes Greg Bashaw, President of CP Resolutions, a company that focuses specifically on CMS and how to navigate its nuances and …
 
This episode is about what happens when you let people who are interested in programming (the process) define how you do programming (creating a program). Links: Code Kata Just for Fun: the Story of an Accidental Revolutionary (Linus Torvalds’ autobiography) … Continue reading →由Graham Lee
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about inverse scan and inverse iota, working remotely, respond to some tweets and more! Date Recorded: 2021-09-01 Date Released: 2021-09-10 Tweet about I for INTEL Bloomberg XKCD Compiling ADSP Episode 39: How Steve Jobs Saved Sean Parent Tweet about car crash is “a rotate” Tweet about “A Discussion with Sean P…
 
In this episode we interview Jeanette Hernandez, Chief Business Development Officer at Ringler. Ms. Hernandez discusses how being able to present and speak to fact-based data will becoming increasingly important in the future of the industry. Our hosts will uncover insights Ms. Hernandez has found to work by using actionable data which inevitably d…
 
You are now tuned into episode 87 of the no structure podcast. Join the guys this week as we discuss donda, drakes rollout, scary movies, the ocean vs space, phobias, movie trailers, pain, the crate challenge and MORE.Thanks for listening and check out more from the podcast below:HTTPS://flow.page/THENOSTRUCTUREPODCAST…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor have a casual catch up and talk about totally random non-technical things. Date Recorded: 2021-09-01 Date Released: 2021-09-03 Credenza Credenza Twitter Poll TI-BASIC vcpkg Bagel Bialy Hungarian flag Mexican flag Intro Song Info Miss You by Sarah Jansen https://soundcloud.com/sarahjansenmusic Creative Commons — Attr…
 
Our hosts discuss how a settlement consultant can do more than assist with getting cases to settlement. Who your settlement consultant knows throughout the industry and the types of people they work with can help in growing a professional network that works beyond the current case. Growing professionally takes networking and contacts which is somet…
 
Sunday is an appropriate day to post this conversation with Marshall Brandon. This is the first Creating Structure Podcast of it's type to share a "human interest" story outside of the context of building, architecture, facade, but inside the context of everyone, every human life, personally, or professionally. It is a story of hope, renewal, redem…
 
In this episode, Sean Parent tells the story of the battle between Project Star Trek and PowerPC. About the Guest: Sean Parent is a principal scientist and software architect for Adobe Photoshop. Sean has been at Adobe since 1993 when he joined as a senior engineer working on Photoshop and later managed Adobe’s Software Technology Lab. In 2009 Sean…
 
Photo by Walter Baxter / A murmuration of starlings at Gretna / CC BY-SA 2.0 Is an enlightened society a society without language? This episode explores what starlings can teach us about selves, the space that surrounds the experience of being, and how to create a more welcoming world. The story I discuss in this episode is called ‘The end of langu…
 
Is an enlightened society a society without language? This episode explores what starlings can teach us about selves, the space that surrounds the experience of being, and how to create a more welcoming world. The story I discuss in this episode is called ‘The end of language’. The hack I mention for finding the subject and verb of a clause is call…
 
You are now tuned into Episode 86 “McBag” of the No Structure Podcast. Join the fellas as they discuss McDonald’s collabs, work fatigue, the simulation, twitter opinions, the issues in Haiti + Middle East, new cycles and more!Don’t forget to subscribe/rate/review/share..for more from the podcast click here:HTTPS://flow.page/thenostructurepodcast…
 
In this episode, Sean Parent tells the story how Apple sued him and Steve Jobs stepped in to save the day. About the Guest: Sean Parent is a principal scientist and software architect for Adobe Photoshop. Sean has been at Adobe since 1993 when he joined as a senior engineer working on Photoshop and later managed Adobe’s Software Technology Lab. In …
 
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