A stack is a LIFO (Last in, First Out) based data structure. . . . [T]he last item into the data structure (via a push), is the first thing out (via a pop).
Originally posted by David Harkness:
Mark, what book did you order? While I've got a bit of a backlog right now sitting on my bookshelf, I'm always curious to see what other ranchers are reading.
I feel the same here. I get bored easily, so I love this field because there are always new things around the corner. It seems, however, that in the past two years or so it's ramped up significantly: Hibernate, Spring, AOP, XP. It's tough to keep up.
Originally posted by Mark Vedder:
I also have about another 30 books on my reading list, which always seems to grow longer, and not shorter despite my best efforts. Hopefully I am not alone in my feeling that there is just so much to learn, and not enough time to learn it.