I’ve recently written on the importance of buffing up on computer science fundamentals for anyone working in data science — it is, after all, the ecosystem the whole of AI/machine learning/data analytics is predicated on — and have myself been working through some of the coursework from the OSSU curriculum. I just finished – — — — course — — — — — — , UBC’s – — — — — — course — — — — — , the module of which was binary search trees (BSTs). This is a fundamental data structure, and one that offers a significant computational boost to a ubiquitous computing demand, so I’d like to record some highlights here, both for…