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So I'm a slacker... can't remember who volunteered for Lightning Talks. Let me know if you were one of them!
Also we need a coding exercise... who's willing to volunteer?
0 · March 24, 2014
How about: Write a program to print out all the letter permutations of a phone number? [masked] results in DAT-PGGT, DAT-PGGU, DAT-PGGV, etc.
0 · March 27, 2014
Add constraints to make it more interesting if that's too simplistic.
Richard, would you like to lead the coding exercise tomorrow doing that problem, with or without other constraints?
0 · April 1, 2014
Sure, I can do that.
I volunteered for the lightning talk tomorrow. :)
I'm ready to go.
Thanks Richard! I have you down Nick. Thanks!
Hey guys, new around here. What will I need to bring in order to be prepared for the coding exercise?
Depends on the month. Most of the time if you just bring your laptop with whatever coding environment that you are most comfortable with to the meeting, that will be enough. We pair on most exercises so even if you don't, we usually have enough laptops.
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