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#Actualfrob

Posted 05 November 2012 - 01:56 PM

The core of programming is data structures and the algorithms that use them, yes.

It isn't a little thing, though. A seemingly small topic of serialization algorithms covers not just saving data to files, but also network communications, parallel processing, shared data in threading, and graphics rendering. Algorithms cover not just sorting and searching, but also cryptography, AI, and complex physics engines.

The software language is just a tool used to express it. Languages come and go, but algorithms and data structures are fundamental.

#4frob

Posted 05 November 2012 - 01:55 PM

The core of programming is data structures and the algorithms that use them, yes.

It isn't a little thing, though. A seemingly small topic of serialization algorithms covers not just saving data to files, but also network communications, parallel processing, shared data in threading, and graphics rendering. Algorithms cover not just sorting and searching, but also cryptography, AI, and complex physics engines.

The software language is just a tool used to express it. Languages come and go, but algorithms and data structures are fundamental.

#3frob

Posted 05 November 2012 - 01:55 PM

The core of programming is data structures and the algorithms that use them, yes.

It isn't a little thing, though. A seemingly small topic of serialization algorithms covers not just saving data to files, but also network communications, parallel processing, shared data in threading, and graphics rendering. Algorithms cover not just sorting and searching, but also cryptography, AI, and complex physics engines.

The software language is just a tool used to express it. Languages come and go, but algorithms and data structures are fundamental.

#2frob

Posted 05 November 2012 - 01:55 PM

The core of programming is data structures and the algorithms that use them, yes.

It isn't a little thing, though. A seemingly small topic of serialization algorithms covers not just saving data to files, but also network communications, parallel processing, shared data in threading, and graphics rendering. Algorithms cover not just sorting and searching, but also cryptography, AI, and complex physics engines.

The software language is just a tool used to express it. Languages come and go, but algorithms and data structures are fundamental.

#1frob

Posted 05 November 2012 - 01:52 PM

The core of programming is data structures and the algorithms that use them, yes.

It isn't a little thing, though. A seemingly small topic of serialization covers not just saving to files, but also network communications, and rendering. Algorithms covers not just sorting and searching, but also complex physics engines.

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