This is my data structures resources page from the Fall 2017 semester. It proved to be useful for my lab students and several others, so I have decided to keep it up for as long as this domain lives on.
As I have graduated from NYU in December 2017, this page will no longer be updated. Some links may be dead by now, however the slides should be accessible from any NYU-issued Google account. Please feel free to share this page with other students at NYU Poly who are learning data structures, and if you're a TA who wants to refer to this page, go ahead and do so.
And if you're a former student of mine, please don't be a stranger and say hello! I'm also on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Hi! I'm Sergey Smirnov and I'm currently a super-senior at NYU. This semester, I am teaching CS 1134 labs with Mahmoud Abdo Fridays at 11am and 2pm. I major in computer science and have a keen interest in full stack applications and automation.
I also have a rather unhealthy habit of drinking hella Philz coffee and saying "hella".
Sergey's office hour is on Tuesday, 1-2pm and Mahmoud's office hour is Tuesday, 3-4pm. Both are in 2 MetroTech 10.098A-D.
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I've updated the tips section above with some advice. Please go read! And make sure to keep practicing problems. GOOD LUCK ON YOUR EXAM!
Happy Thanksgiving! Eat plenty of turkey. 🦃
GOOD LUCK ON YOUR FINALS! Get plenty of rest, eat well, and don't cram at the last minute.