The Project

Swift Algorithms & Data Structures is based on a series of code snippets originally written in Objective-C. The goal was to practice standard programming techniques for technical interviews. At the time, it was considered to expand the project to other languages such as Java and Python. However, with the introduction of Swift, the language provided the perfect blend of concise syntax and modern language features.



The book is currently available in 3 editions, including in EPUB and PDF formats. A new book supporting Swift 4.0 is also available! We are also hoping to extend the publication to other mainstream resellers and Kindle format. We are also interested in partnering with schools and libraries.

Interview Preparation

To provide engineers with an edge for landing their next position, the project has been expanded with personalized 1-1 iOS interview coaching. Over a 4-week duration, 20 students work to complete two mock interviews and weekly code challenges designed to exercise their knowledge of algorithms, data structures, design patterns and the latest Swift syntax.


The Author

Wayne Bishop resides in Seattle, Washington, and is a Software Engineer and Project Manager. As an experienced technology professional, he's developed apps for education, social media and the visual arts. His strengths include planning solutions, coding applications, technical writing and communicating with stakeholders. This is Wayne's first book. He likes to swim, run, bike and spend time with family. Feel free to contact Wayne on Twitter at @waynewbishop.

Learning Swift?

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