Implementing the trie data structure in Rust

In this fun tutorial, Tim McNamara, the author of Rust in Action, demonstrates how to implement a trie data structure in Rust. If you’re looking to improve your Rust skills and learn more about data structures, this video is a must-watch! πŸš€ In this video, you’ll learn: 🌳 What a trie is and why it’s a valuable data structure for tasks such as search optimization and word suggestion πŸ”§ A naive implementation of a trie using HashMap from Rust’s standard library, providing a solid foundation for understanding the core concepts πŸš€ A more sophisticated implementation utilizing a bespoke hash function with the help of the fxhash crate, enhancing performance and efficiency Join Tim as he takes you on a journey through the fascinating world of data structures in Rust, filled with live-coding examples and in-depth explanations. This video is a recording of a live stream – don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on the latest Rust programming content and future streams! πŸ“šπŸ’» References from the video