Data Structures for Everyone: A Hand-Drawn Guide to Computer Science (Paperback)
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An in-depth, illustrated guide to data structures, a core topic in computer science, by the founder of BaseCS (https://medium.com/basecs), a top 200 Medium blog that explores computer science basics. First in a series.
Data Structures for the Curious aims to make Computer Science topics accessible to programmers who have not taken a traditional computer science curriculum, as well as anyone looking for a practical refresher. The first volume in a series, this book focuses on ways that a computer scientist might organize or represent data, covering topics like the binary number system, graphs, hash tables, and trees. It contains no code or math and instead explains everything using hand-drawn visuals and text.
About the Author
Vaidehi Joshi is a former writer and teacher turned software engineer and programmer. Joshi previously studied English at Barnard College of Columbia University, where she focused on writing and literature.