I published my first rust library: https://crates.io/crates/adjacent-pair-iterator
Then I came up with a solution in #bash that took me ~5 minutes to write but with an execution time of 20s.
At todays C++ meetup I was told a programming quiz:
Given the digits 1-9 (in that order), you can combine them with either '+', '-' or nothing.
Now find all of these mathematical terms, that evaluate to 100.
You can use any programming language and library you like and you have 1 hour to complete the task.
This looks like it's worthwile supporting: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/alecaddd/akira-the-linux-design-tool?ref=discovery&term=akira #design #linux
In the meantime: Why not help me with finding better wordlists (less obscene and garbage words) for https://fsmaxb.github.io/correcthorsebatterystaple
At the #35c3 you can reach me on my DECT phone via 4251
I'm on my way to Leipzig for the #35c3!
@FSMaxB exactly. But I see that quote being used as justification for basically not caring about performance at all, or even doing things that are clearly terrible for performance.
Generalistic and moderated instance.