Revisiting an Anagram Detector¶
The following example is taken from Problem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures using Python. We wrote this example for the first edition of the book 10 years ago! Our thinking at the time was to write Python in a way that would prepare students for Java and/or C++. In addition, the algorithms were written to illustrate specific "Big-O" runtimes.
On the Importance of Good Indices¶
The beginning of a new school year is always a busy time. But these last three years I have found myself holding my breath and watching Google’s real time analytics with more than a bit of nervousness. The charts below should give you a good idea why.
With the latest release of the Runestone Tools for this Fall I added a feature that will allow you to edit the table of contents file for your course. This lets you do two really nice things:
- You can move chapters around and/or remove sections that you are not ...
This interview with Michael Kennedy was really fun to record, and a nice overview of some of the work I have been doing over the past few years. The podcast is well worth subscribing and listening to as he talks to a lot of interesting people about good Python packages ...
We have been away from the USA for 178 days. With the rulings of the supreme court back home this week, it is easy to feel like we are returning to a country that is better off today than it was six months ago. We still have plenty of problems ...
For future reference I like to record the itinerary and favorite stops from a cruise. So here goes.
Azamara Journey June 12 - 23, 2015
- Venice, Italy
- Dubrovnik, Croatia
- At sea
- Crete, Greece
- Santorini -- hike Fira to Oia
- Mykonos -- morning trip to Delos
- Kusadasi (Ephesus) Turkey
- Lemnos (replaced Lesvos due ...
Since we had done all the usual tourist things during our previous visit to Istanbul we decided to try another popular thing to do this time around. A cooking class. Other than the kebabs we enjoyed during our previous visit we really didn't get to learn that much about ...
The cat, of all things, stole the show. Earlier in the day we had learned about the cats of Ephesus. Apparently the archeological team working on the excavation of the ancient city published a book, but it was about the cats rather than about substantial archeological issues.
So, it was ...
We may have missed 2 or 3 km of paved road, but other than that we pretty much covered the island of Patmos today. And what a great way to cover it we discovered. Scooters! Not our usual biking fare, but the island is very hilly and we wanted to ...
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