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re: Fibonacci in Every Language
I only know it because my Theory of Computability professor...
re: Fibonacci in Every Language
Also related, Project Euler problem #2
re: Fibonacci in Every Language
Python: (constant time solution) import math from decima...
re: The funny Java vs Kotlin battle
Streams and lambdas are awful in Java 8. Completable Future...
re: What cool ideas have you seen for integrating new team members?
Mob programming is the best way to onboard people.
re: Ruby and Python, them and the differences
Yeah, in the enterprise sphere I run in (silicon valley adj...
re: Solve the sum of natural numbers using Ruby.
Almost any regularly increasing range of numbers can be gen...
re: “DevOps engineer” is really just a title used to hire sysadmins?
In my experience, anything with “ops” in the title will hav...
re: GIVEN my article WHEN a reader reads it THEN the reader writes better tests
Welcome to BDD style testing!
re: You're doing it wrong culture
The main disconnect happens because there are fewer answere...
re: 3 Things You Can Do to Improve as a Developer
I love the five whys, but once you get used to it, you tend...
re: Better Null-Checking in Java
I’m of the opinion that if you can’t sell switching to Hask...
re: Q: How Much of "the Kotlin Way" Is the Right Way?
He's wrong about how much productivity is lost/gained using...
re: Q: How Much of "the Kotlin Way" Is the Right Way?
Kotlin was invented because scala exists. The thing that d...
re: Q: How Much of "the Kotlin Way" Is the Right Way?
Hickey is right about a lot of things, but he’s wrong about...
re: Q: How Much of "the Kotlin Way" Is the Right Way?
You had to pick one of the worst examples of Java, didn’t y...
re: Q: How Much of "the Kotlin Way" Is the Right Way?
I know (a lot of) java (12+ years! Woof!), and I find mysel...
re: AoC Day 13: Mine Cart Madness
Oof, I played with this too long. Here's it all. ...
re: AoC Day 14: Chocolate Charts
Kotlin Solution Part 1 Another tailre...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
This is all good, but it leaves out a major point: Pulling ...
re: AoC Day 13: Mine Cart Madness
I promise I'll post my code eventually, I spent too long wo...
re: Will Java Trend Towards Obscurity?
The interop is good, but it’s not perfect. It’s especially ...
re: AoC Day 12: Subterranean Sustainability
Kotlin Solution This one was similar to a previo...
re: AoC Day 11: Chronal Charge
Kotlin Solution <brag type="unseemly">I to...
re: AoC Day 7: The Sum of Its Parts
Kotlin TinkerPop/Gremlin Solution Part ...
re: AoC Day 6: Chronal Coordinates
The promised images! Sample Data Part 1 - Answe...
re: AoC Day 6: Chronal Coordinates
Kotlin Solution Part 1 This one wasn'...
re: AoC Day 5: Alchemical Reduction
Kotlin Solution A nice easy one! Just fold into ...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record
and since I got bored waiting for some scans to complete, h...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record
It was a complicated description though, I had a lot of pro...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record
Haha, I was tired and started with awaken and I thought asl...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record
Non-functional-paradigm kotlin solution See Neil...
re: AoC Day 3: No Matter How You Slice It
From my pain, your gain! An image of the overlapping areas ...
re: AoC Day 3: No Matter How You Slice It
Kotlin Solution UGH! This one seemed like a reve...
re: Making an Advent of Code solution for beginners!
My only request would be to make the solutions be one click...
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
Were you also annoyed that Kotlin has .groupBy but not .fre...
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
As a lispy thinker, my brain wants to tell you to make thos...
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
I lost about 10 minutes to my son stalling getting into bed...
re: AoC Day 1: Chronal Calibration
Kotlin Solution! Part 1 Please exuse my tricked...
re: Advent of Code is Live!
Let's all share our repos! Mine is here! I'm doing it in K...
re: Know When to Fold 'Em
ok, I did the arrow-kt, and at this point it feels like I s...
re: Know When to Fold 'Em
Negatory, I'm a middle-to-backend developer. Currently, I'm...
re: Know When to Fold 'Em
The (non arrow-kt) Kotlin version of some of these: fun...
re: Technical Virtue Signaling
I can understand labeling companies that greenify their cam...
re: Go 2 Draft: Error Handling
Don't waste your time arguing. Go is designed to minimize a...
re: Using Aliases to Speed Up Your Git Workflow
SInce i work in feature branches that get squash merged in ...
re: Top Reasons Why A Hybrid Cloud Is Better
I disagree: Architectural flexibility is mostly YAGNI. En...
re: Using Aliases to Speed Up Your Git Workflow
It’s less that and more having your muscle memory be comple...
re: How do you estimate time required for assigned task?
No, you should use yesterday’s weather to ballpark things y...
re: How do you estimate time required for assigned task?
Right, but you should spend as little effort/time as possib...
re: How do you estimate time required for assigned task?
All estimation is waste.
re: Go 2 Draft: Error Handling
tldr: go maintainers stubbornly refuse to admit that nil an...
re: GoLang, The Next Language to Learn for Developers
Hey, I hear you, but for people who have only done work wit...
re: GoLang, The Next Language to Learn for Developers
"Don't use Go if you don't like it." HAH! Good one. Some of...
re: GoLang, The Next Language to Learn for Developers
The more I learn/use/etc about go, the more I despise it. ...
re: How I finally understood what a class is
Ok! Can we now discuss the tradeoffs between using a hash t...
re: Here's Why Mapping a Constructed Array in JavaScript Doesn't Work
In trying to rewrite the above code I ended up having to ex...
re: Here's Why Mapping a Constructed Array in JavaScript Doesn't Work
It doesn’t! The ... fires first and produces Array.apply(n...
re: Here's Why Mapping a Constructed Array in JavaScript Doesn't Work
Why not just [...Array(5).keys()];? For history’s sake, it...
re: A simple tip for cleaner code
I think if you look closer, you'll see that my solution is ...
re: A simple tip for cleaner code
I’m fine with the quick return for validation or a guard as...
re: Smooshing JavaScript
How is Array.zip adorable? It's a standard sugar method in ...
re: The secret for Unit Testing on Rails
I am constantly frustrated by >=staff outright refusing ...
re: The secret for Unit Testing on Rails
The reason unit testing is so hard in rails is because of t...
re: You need to know about i3
Man, I still haven't learned TMUX. I'd better rectify that ...
re: "Learn at least one new language every year" is bad advice
While learning a different language every year does not pre...
re: Java may be verbose, but who cares?
Closures main problem is line based diffs vs. form based di...
re: Big Data and NoSQL: A Great Coupling
Do you think nosql can keep up when doing arbitrary analysi...
re: How to manage procrastination with the Pomodoro Technique
I'm still not convinced pomodoro works very well when you'r...
re: Juniors Literally Can't Write Switch Statements: What Senior PHP Developers Need to Focus On
Right, but only for simple things. To me, especially with ...
re: Only code goes into a repository, right?
Dropbox has access to the keys that encrypt the files you p...
re: Juniors Literally Can't Write Switch Statements: What Senior PHP Developers Need to Focus On
DIGRESSION/SLIGHTLY OT, FEEL FREE TO DISREGARD As a Senior...
re: What's The Deal With Binary Search?
And to those liberal arts coders who are still intimidated,...
re: Plan Your Commits
I agree, and hopefully can add to this a bit: If you're ha...
re: Why does the Pomodoro Technique work so well
Does anyone else feel that ADHD symptoms don't play nicely ...
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