Learn Merge Sort in JavaScript

Unlock CourseGet started!

Join 354 other students

Log in to get

Access to 30+ free courses
New courses added monthly
Weekly coding challenge
Join a friendly community
Unlock Course
Subscribe to access!

Subscribe to access to this course and ALL other courses. You get a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked.

Subscription includes

All courses, bootcamps, paths
100s of coding challenges
Certificates of completion
Exclusive Pro members chat
New courses monthly
The course creator Jonathan Lee Martin

with Jonathan Lee Martin

Course level: Advanced

In this course, you'll practice your software craftsmanship skills by coding six different merge sort algorithms. Each solution will teach you a new technique for solving problems as a software developer and level up your computer science skills in general.

You'll learn

Merge Sort

Imperative

Array splitting

Array view

Queue

Cursor

Cursor + ArrayView

Simple

Improving your CS skills

Crafting exceptional code

man

Prerequisites

This course is recommended for bootcamp graduates or working developers who have a good knowledge of JavaScript.

Meet your teacher

The course creator

Jonathan Lee Martin

📖 Author ⚛️ Educator 👨‍🏫 International speaker 🎒 Digital nomad 📸 Photographer @ Yellowscale.com

Follow me on twitter

Why this course rocks

The course follows on from Jonathon Lee Martin’s Working Developer’s Guide to Algorithms and aims to help working developers or bootcamp graduates to step up their software design skills by learning to think algorithmically.

Along the way, you'll learn to code six alternative implementations of the Merge Sort algorithm, as well as algorithm analysis and a handful of powerful design patterns.

By the end, you’ll be more confident in your CS skills and have sharper problem-solving skills to boot.

F to the A oracle to the Q
Who is this course for?

This course is perfect for people who are already coders (bootcamp graduates or working developers) and wish to learn the Merge Sort algorithm and level up their computer science skills in general.

Built with Imba