Chris has picked our next coding practice exercise!
Problem #11: http://www.puzzlenode.com/puzzles/11-hitting-rock-bottom
The idea is for each of us to take a stab this problem and post our solutions before the meeting. Then we'll present and critique our solutions at the meeting.
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Excellent session -- thanks to all who presented. As a newbie, it was helpful to see the range of approaches.
0 · April 9, 2014
Nice meeting everyone. Look forward to seeing you all again!
1 · April 9, 2014
TekSystems has offered to bring pizza and beer, but needs to know how many. So who's in for free pizza and beer?
0 · April 3, 2014
Who can refuse free pizza!
Wasn't sure how best to go about this, but if you want to store everything in one place I created a repo on github: http://bit.ly/1ldTT57 Submit a pull request, or, if not a git person, you could email it to me and I'll stick in it there. c-k-i-e-h-l (without the hyphens) at gmail.com
0 · March 29, 2014
OK, let's do it!
0 · March 24, 2014
Gah! Sorry! I forgot that I said that I'd post a puzzle for the next meetup.
I tried to find something which would really let us dig into the co-routines covered in the last meetup, but.. that didn't work out so well -- However! I did find this one, which looks like a lot of fun, and should let us flex our generator skills.
I give you: Puzzle Node # 11: http://www.puzzlenode.com/puzzles/11-hitting-rock-bottom
0 · March 23, 2014
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