Long Term Takeaways

  1. When designing algorithms, demand the weakest capabilities (e.g. iterable vs. indexable)
  2. When designing containers, provide the strongest capabilities (e.g. indexable vs. iterable)
  3. Build decorators on top of containers, iterators, and functions
  4. Utilize the benefits of being lazy (e.g. yield)
  5. Always look…

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Ian Thorne

Senior in Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin

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