This is a live virtual class running on February 21st, 2019 from 07:00-11:00 PST, 10:00-14:00 EST, 15:00-19:00 UTC
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Java programmers typically use only very few collection classes for all of their work. Often they chose inappropriate ones. In this course, we will look at what each collection costs and when you should use which one. Some of the questions will we answer include: Which is the best Collection to use in Java? When do you need to employ ConcurrentSkipListSet? What is the computational time complexity of WeakHashMap?
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Section 1 - Introduction to Collections in Java (10 minutes)
Section 1 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 2 – Lists (30 minutes)
Section 2 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 3 – Sorting (25 minutes)
Section 3 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 4 – Sets (15 minutes)
Section 4 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 5 – Hashing (15 minutes)
Section 5 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 6 – Maps (45 minutes)
Section 6 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 7 - Queues and Deques (25 minutes)
Section 7 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 8 - Collection Facades (15 minutes)
Section 8 Quiz (5 minutes)
Section 9 – Wrap-up (15 minutes)
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