Blog articles tagged 'programming'

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on 12/22/2016 1:00 AM
Tweet ps. look out for all my other solutions for Advent of Code challenges here.   Day 21 See details of the challenge here. Today’s input looks like this: swap position 2 with position 7 swap letter f with letter a swap letter c with letter a rotate bas[...]
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on 12/21/2016 1:00 AM
Tweet ps. look out for all my other solutions for Advent of Code challenges here.   Day 20 See details of the challenge here. Today’s input looks like this: 1873924193-1879728099 2042754084-2076891856 4112318198-4113899685 1039794493-1057170966 3791841434[...]
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on 12/6/2016 5:47 AM
Tweet ps. look out for all my other solutions for Advent of Code challenges here.   Day 6 See details of the challenge here. The input for today’s challenge looks like this: cmezkqgn nmzrgcft ydpndcps zjihhows kvptxsrx ubbvugwq … Since the only difference[...]
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on 12/5/2016 12:00 PM
Tweet ps. look out for all my other solutions for Advent of Code challenges here.   Day 5 See details of the challenge here. Let’s start by adding a hash function that’ll take an input string and return the hexdecimal representation of its MD5 hash. From [...]
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on 12/5/2016 11:00 AM
Tweet ps. look out for all my other solutions for Advent of Code challenges here.   Day 4 See details of the challenge here. The input for today’s challenge looks something like this: bkwzkqsxq-tovvilokx-nozvyiwoxd-172[fstek] wifilzof-wbiwifuny-yhachyylch[...]
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on 12/5/2016 8:00 AM
Tweet ps. look out for all my other solutions for Advent of Code challenges here.   Day 3 See details of the challenge here. First, let’s capture the input for today’s challenge in a text file, say Day03Input.txt. Then, let’s create a module to capture th[...]
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on 12/5/2016 4:00 AM
Tweet ps. look out for all my other solutions for Advent of Code challenges here.   Day 2 See details of the challenge here. Let’s start by capturing the model and input data in a module. Since I’m armed with the hindsight of having seen both parts of tod[...]
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on 11/21/2016 2:00 AM
Tweet Hello, here are the recordings of my two talks at Oredev with accompanying slides. Modelling game economy with neo4j Oredev from Yan Cui   Fear and loathing with APL (oredev) from Yan Cui Tweet
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on 11/17/2016 1:29 PM
Tweet Hello, The slides and recording of my webinar on Tuesday is now live, thanks to the folks at PostSharp for the quick turnaround! Simplify Localization with Design Pattern Automation from Yan Cui Tweet
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on 11/11/2016 2:00 AM
Tweet Hello, just a quick note to say that I’m doing a webinar with the PostSharp folks on a technique my team developed whilst working on Here Be Monsters (a MMORPG that had more text than the first 3 Harry Porter books combined) which allowed us to loca[...]
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