STL Development Services
Need a STL consultant for your enterprise? You definitely came to the appropriate agency. “Echo Ukraine” provides IT staffing services and project based development. We gladly help you to secure the proper dev or a team for remote collaboration. All our coders are accomplished experts proficient in creating custom products using the most recent techs, including STL, ASP.NET, Kohana, Shopify, QT, Coffeescript, Ionic, Phonegap, Sitecore, Bitcoin, Redux. You can also choose us as a STL development company and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
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- Greatest Ukrainian experts with more than 3 years of business experience.
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- Transparent contract with simple monthly invoicing.
We help you launch your projects by preparing proved STL coders who can join your company and rapidly start delivering excellent service. Reach out us and review the profiles of software engineers available for work at the moment. Also, you can read “STL Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
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1 Dmitry S.,Age: 26, E-mail: email@example.com,
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Questions and Answers related to STL Development
“STL means “Standard Template Library”, which in turn means a set of type independent functions and classes that are part of the standard C++ language runtime. “Template” means that most types (including primitives, class / struct based types including user defined ones) would possibly be able to work with STL, however the type needs to behave like a good “value type”. A main part of STL is the containers and iterators which covers basic data structures including vector, linked list, hash and tree based maps…”
“You can quickly access the elements in a vector by position (e.g., “give me the 27th element). Because an unordered set is, well, unordered, you can’t do the same there. You can quickly access the elements in an unordered set by key (e.g., give the the element that compares equal to X). Doing this in a vector is very slow. You can insert and remove items in an unordered set quickly. In a vector, you can insert/remove at the end of the vector quickly, but in the middle it gets expensive…”
“Yean, std::map implementation is based on LLRB trees. The tree implementation has the advantage that iteration of the key-value pairs contained in the map is done in key-order. A tree implementation has O(logn) cost for both insertion and retrieval. Deletion also has a logarithmic complexity. std::unordered_map is introduced in C++ 11 with a hash map implementation, as the name implied it loses the property of being ordered. The iteration of the key-value pairs is not in key-order, it has O(n) cost for both insertion and retrieval.”
“STL is the basic building block for everything else. You simply can’t program the C++ without knowledge of STL. That doesn’t mean you need to know every bit of it, but you should familiarise yourself with the concept of templates, and why are they so powerful. They basically allow your class to work the same with int and float and any other data type as long as you implement the proper logic in your template function. You have a lot of boilerplate code written for you. So that means that you don’t reinvent the wheel, but you basically take a wheel that someone else made…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.