[Chicago] Video sponsorship for Feb ChiPy

Chris Moirano chris.moirano at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 17:46:11 CET 2015

Hey Douglas,

Check out this excerpt from the book "Problem Solving with Algorithms and
Data Structures".


It implements a basic unordered linked list. I really don't think that
there is much of a benefit of implementing one in Python since the native
list does essentially the same thing and more, but it is always fun (and
extremely beneficial) to make your own data structures.


On Sat, Feb 7, 2015 at 2:06 PM, Lewit, Douglas <d-lewit at neiu.edu> wrote:

> Hey guys,
> I have not posted to this forum for awhile, so I feel like I'm also
> re-introducing myself!  Anyhow, I'm taking CS-334 (Open Source Systems) at
> Northeastern Illinois University.  The class is mostly about the basics of
> shell scripting and using the command line to navigate the file system in
> Linux.  There's a project in the class, an "open source" project.  It could
> require programming, but not necessarily.  Maybe beta testing or helping to
> organize events, etc.  Any ideas or recommendations?  Are you guys on
> Github?  And yes, I'm into Python!  Not a total newbie, but I'm not super
> experienced with it either.  I know just enough Python to be a little
> "dangerous" with it!  (And I'm definitely beyond the stage of "Hello
> world!")
> By the way, does someone know how to implement linked lists in Python.
> I'm learning right now how to do this in my Java data structures course,
> but I was wondering if this could be implemented in Python as well.  I
> don't see why not.  I'm still trying to see the benefits of linked lists.
> So far I haven't seen anything in linked lists that couldn't be done more
> easily using Arrays or ArrayLists???  But hey, I guess linked lists are
> cool, especially if you want to torture students and beginning
> programmers!!!   ;-)
> Enjoy the weekend.  I can feel spring in the air!
> Best,
> Douglas Lewit
> On Sat, Feb 7, 2015 at 11:31 AM, Brian Ray <brianhray at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have several concerns about this, Carl. Would you mind joining the
>> organizers call this Sunday?
>> On Saturday, February 7, 2015, Carl Karsten <carl at personnelware.com>
>> wrote:
>>> I am looking for one more company that wants to be a video sponsor.  You
>>> get your logo on the title slide of the videos (however many video's get
>>> made this month) and the warm fuzzy of supporting me.
>>> First offer of $200 gets it, else I'll take the best offer by 5 pm
>>> Monday.
>>> This month is
>>> Joe Jasinski: Django+Elasticsearch+Haystack to Search PDFs and Such
>>> and maybe one or two more.
>>> --
>>> Carl K
>> --
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>> @brianray
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