The Union Find problem leads to an understanding of some very interesting data structures.
I find it interesting how implementing a simple algorithm can teach you so many new things.
I was recently implementing the fractional knapsack problem
The interesting was – during implementation I got to learn some interesting things about Python.
There are some interesting articles out there about git submodules
Seems like a lifetime ago, but I suddenly wanted to pull up some reference books I had used when preparing for INMO-2000 (class 10), INMO-2002 (class 11) and INMO-2003 (class 12)
Stony Brook [my Alma Mater 🙂 ]
IMSc (Indian Institute of Mathematical Sciences):
I came across this very interesting series of blog posts. The authos (Jeff Knupp) discusses some nuances in Python
There are a bunch of “Improve Your Python” articles in that blog. Check them out.