Being a software developer is great. Everyone wants to get in and as long as you call yourself a software developer you’re likely to get a high-paying job quickly. Software Developers have the leisure of not applying for jobs anymore. Recruiters are reaching out to them daily. The average length that a developer stays at a job has shrunk drastically. After all, why wait for a 3% raise when you can change jobs and negotiate a 20% increase? Developers have become spoiled in that sense. Nobody even cares that they’ve worked for 20 different companies in the last 5 years.

It doesn’t matter which degree you’re pursuing, the last thing that you want to happen is to feel like you wasted your money. How do you succeed in a Computer Science program? What is the optimal approach that you should take so that when you graduate with your B.S. in Computer Science, you’ll be ready for the workforce? I’ve gone through it and will share what worked for me when it comes to Computer Science Success. Hopefully these tips will work for you also. Proper Notes As easy as you may believe that taking notes is, it’s not as intuitive

Your first Algorithm ;( The Bubble Sort algorithm sorts an array of items in increasing order. It steps through the array and compares the adjacent elements. If they are not sorted, it swaps them. It then keeps repeating the procedure until the array is fully sorted. Let’s jump into an example. The following elements are compared during the first iteration: 0 and 1, 1 and 2, 2 and 3, 3 and 4, and 4 and 5. In the first comparison of the first iteration, elements at indices 0 and 1 are compared. Since 3 is less than 7, the elements