# Clojure Dojo

• Sep 25, 2012 · 7:00 PM

• ##### Nicholas C.

I should also point out that the board \must have edges as in the example board, since that is used to terminate the search.

September 26, 2012

• ##### Nicholas C.

Here's the solution to Go:

https://github.com/nchurch/go/

The first commit is the partial solution I demoed last night.

The solution will tell you how many paths there are to a space from a given point: see keep-all. It will \not tell you configurations of the board that will keep a given piece alive, since some of the solution is functional. I'll add that later.

September 26, 2012

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A dojo is an event for people learning a language to tackle a small problem from start to finish in the space of an evening. We usually start with a round of introductions over pizza followed by breaking up into teams of 4 with each team tackling the same problem around one computer. Then at the end of the evening everyone showcases their solution. It's open to any skill level.

September 23, 2012

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