adventofcode.com wrote:Advent of Code is an Advent calendar of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels that can be solved in any programming language you like. People use them as a speed contest, interview prep, company training, university coursework, practice problems, or to challenge each other.
You don't need a computer science background to participate - just a little programming knowledge and some problem solving skills will get you pretty far. Nor do you need a fancy computer; every problem has a solution that completes in at most 15 seconds on ten-year-old hardware.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:Are you doing the puzzles as well Liutauras? Why don't you join Tim's leaderboard?
Tim Cooke wrote:Part 2 today (day 3) also made me sit and think for a while too. My initial solution to part 1 did not translate well to part 2 and needed a bit of a refactor which is actually a lot like real life software development where you have to adapt your code to accommodate new requirements.
Advent of Code 2019: Tim Cooke wrote:Day 7 part 2 is a zinger. It took me a few days..
Advent of Code 2017: Tim Cooke wrote:My brain is having a lot of bother with Day 7 Part 2.
Are you perchance the "Sree P" from Tim's leaderboard?
Liutauras Vilda wrote:You seem to be consistent.
Sree are you still in Chicago? Have you been waiting up to 1am for these every day? Do let us know if you make it on the global leaderboard.
Sree Vi wrote:I'm totally stumped on yesterday's part 2. I got as far as figuring out the paths but I dont know how to compress them.
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