Data Structures in Java (Late 2017 Edition) is an action-packed 8 hours of tips and tricks that professional Java programmers have used for the past 20 years to produce code that is robust and fast. Every lecture is followed by a short quiz to test your learning. Sometimes the questions are easy, others require some research on your side. Over 130 quiz questions in total will help you gauge how well you understood the various data structures.
Data Structures in Java
A thorough look at the collection classes in java.util.** in Java.
- 8 hours of course material
- 130 quiz questions
- Mobile and tablet friendly
- Completely self-paced
- Full lifetime access
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Section 1 - Introduction to Collections in Java
- 1. Welcome (3:08)
- 1.1 Code Samples
- 2. Computational Time Complexity (22:59)
- 3. Space Complexity (4:12)
- 4. Arrays (15:20)
Section 2 - Lists
- 5. Lists (13:22)
- 6. ArrayList (14:07)
- 7. Iteration (7:55)
- 8. CopyOnWriteArrayList (7:03)
- 9. LinkedList (8:39)
- 10. Vector (4:10)
- 11. Stack (5:34)
- 12. Sorting lists (49:41)
Section 3 - Sets
- 13. Sets (10:06)
- 14. TreeSet (35:19)
- 15. ConcurrentSkipListSet (9:43)
- 16. CopyOnWriteArraySet (18:02)
Section 4 - Hashing
- 17. Hashing (16:25)
- 18. HashSet (13:43)
- 19. ConcurrentHashMap.newKeySet() (3:28)
Section 5 - Maps
- 20. Maps (2:11)
- 21. HashMap (28:34)
- 22. ConcurrentHashMap (6:28)
- 23. TreeMap (18:42)
- 24. ConcurrentSkipListMap (9:02)
- 25. Hashtable (18:15)
- 26. LinkedHashMap and LinkedHashSet (13:16)
- 27. Highly Specialized Collections: EnumSet, EnumMap, IdentityHashMap, Properties, WeakHashMap (19:53)
Section 6 - Queues and Deques
- 28. Queues and Deques (4:33)
- 29. ConcurrentLinkedQueue and ConcurrentLinkedDeque (9:15)
- 30. ArrayDeque (11:29)
- 31. BlockingQueues (1:50)
- 32. LinkedBlockingQueue and LinkedBlockingDeque (14:12)
- 33. ArrayBlockingQueue (6:26)
- 34. Highly specialized queues: DelayQueue, SynchronousQueue, LinkedTransferQueue (16:00)
- 35. PriorityQueue and PriorityBlockingQueue (18:04)
Section 7 - Collection Facades
- 36. java.util.Collections (17:35)
- 37. java.util.Arrays (11:02)
Section 8 - Thanks for Watching
- 38. Conclusion And Where To Next? (1:24)
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