Common Sorting Algorithms’ Visualizations

This event is going to be a general overview of common sorting algorithms. We will go over different ways you can do sorting and their complexities. There is going to be a live demo of Bubble and Merge sorts.

Mar 19, 2021, 10:00 – 11:30 PM



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About this event


Any successful programmer, sooner or later, needs to learn algorithms and data structures. Many interviews at tech companies like Google require you to have knowledge of these concepts. Do not hesitate to join this event to step on the way to becoming tech savvy!

This event series consists of 3 parts:

  1. Algorithms and Data Structures overview
  2. Common Sorting Algorithms
  3. Graph Traversal and Pathfinding

This series is dedicated to making you familiar with basic algorithms and data structures. During the second event, we will learn what types of sorting algorithms exist, and how some of them work. Particularly, we will do a live coding session of Bubble and Merge sorts.


  • Basic JavaScript knowledge

  • Some programming concepts are nice to have (recursion, array manipulations)



Friday, March 19, 2021
10:00 PM – 11:30 PM UTC


10:00 PMIntros
10:10 PMSorting Algorithms Overview
10:25 PM Bubble Sort Theory
10:35 PM Bubble Sort Demo
10:50 PM Merge Sort Theory
11:10 PMMerge Sort Demo
11:20 PMQ & A


  • Oleksandr Levinskyi

    GDG Waterloo

    Community Leader

  • Andrii Denysenko


    Software Developer


  • Maísa Wolff Resplande

    GDSC Lead

  • Gavin Abeele

    Vice Lead

  • Oleksandr Levinskyi


  • Emil Harvey

    Executive Lead

  • Cyril Kamal

    Executive Lead

  • Sanjay Sekar Samuel

    Executive Lead

  • Oscar Pinzon

    Executive Lead

  • Jun Cai

    Executive Lead

  • Ryan Dooley

    Executive Lead

  • Anish Reddy

    Executive Lead

  • Owen Garland

    Executive Lead

  • Michelle Gordon

    Executive Lead

  • Aniedi Udo-Obong

    Regional Leader

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