HAPPY NEW YEEEEARRR!
I hope your 2022 ended well! The last week for me was kind of a blur, but I think I needed the mental reset. Let’s start off the year with a bang!
Was this forwarded to you? You can subscribe here!
How to Measure the Value of Developer Relations
Functional Programming - How and Why
A Guide To Command-Line Data Manipulation
All I Want For Christmas - in code
This week was one of those weeks where you have no idea what day it is, but you get through it anyway. And I loved it. I read books, played games, coded on side projects, and hung out with friends and family!
In an attempt to rebuild my blogging habits, I wrote up a little roundup of 2022 here! I am not usually one to make too many huge goals for a new year, but my small ones this year are to write more, read more, and maybe get a push-up done at some point.
Thank you for reading this and being around this year and now. I’ve loved reading your replies, seeing your clever coding answers, and being able to chat with y’all!
No sponsor this week (the economy, amirite), BUT we have some folks looking for jobs! Reach out to them! Some folks who are looking for gigs aren’t able to publicly say so. If you’re hiring, please share that you are here.
I’m Conor! Experienced Lead Software Developer ready for a new challenge with a growing tech company that has opportunity in Full-stack or Front-end Development and has culture that matches my values. Loves working with Open Source Software (OSS) with Node.js, React, 11ty, Gatsby. https://conr.co/resume
Hi, my name is Zamar. I’m Data & Software engineer with 5+ years of experience in designing and implementing large scale solutions. I’m based in Spain. You can find more about me here.
Greetings! My name is Yesenia, I am a Full Stack Developer with a focus on .NET Core (C#), MS SQL, React.js, Node.js, Angular, and MongoDB. I am currently leading a custom development project designed to help businesses relationships with their employees. I am hoping to align my experience in back-end development with my desire to learn in my next role. If this is the sort of person and experience you are looking for, you can reach out to me through LinkedIn and view my portfolio. Happy New Year!
I’m Michael Shiplet, and I’m a generalist / full-stack engineer who’s spent the past 8 years in gaming, ecommerce, fintech, sales, and sports. If need some leadership and you’ve got a small(ish), tight-knit team working on a socially-minded product, give me a shout.
Kyle Garchar is an avid tinkerer, Homebridge enthusiast and technical support engineer with 10+ years of client-facing experience. He’s worked at established tech companies like Apple, along with FinTech startups like Venmo and Blend. As an experienced Zendesk admin, Kyle is passionate about improving the customer support experience by pairing thoughtful automations with intuitive processes. He’s currently looking for a role as a Support Analyst or Support Engineer, and you can see his resume here.
I’m Janet! Early career software engineer looking to join an early-stage tech company as a full-stack or back-end engineer. I’d love to help build and scale! Experience in Ruby on Rails, Python, and incident management/support engineering. My main motivation is to help people work together better! Contact me on LinkedIn!
My name is Norman, and I’m a software engineer based in Cherry Hill, NJ. I have 4+ years of experience in the design, implementation, and delivery of large full stack Java and C++ applications for multiple customers, as well as integration of DevOps and Agile practices within legacy teams. You can reach me on LinkedIn.
Megan Sullivan is a developer educator looking for her next role. She’s built technical tutorials and led workshops on web development topics like GraphQL, React, documentation, and accessibility. If you have an opening on your education or dev rel team, reach out to her on LinkedIn.
Daniel is a seasoned IT leader with a decade of experience ranging from startups to Fortune 500s and is looking for a new opportunity to take a growing IT organization to the next level. He brings with him a passion for crafting exceptional teams, enabling workforces with future-focused IT services, and automating all the things! Find him on LinkedIn!
Hi, I’m James! I’m currently an independent web developer looking for a full time position where I can add value immediately and grow through collaboration with peers and under the guidance of seniors. I have 4 years of professional experience and about 8 years total experience developing web applications with a strong recent emphasis on React (primarily Next.js) and Jamstack technologies and architecture. Find me on LinkedIn!
Aren’t these folks awesome? Let’s kick off their new year with some gigs!
Last week, I had you replace strings of zeros! Great work Chetan, Saad, Chris, Fraol, Muhammad, Leyan, Les, Miguel, KurKestutis, Dan, Robert, Ángel, Humberto, Sean, David, Jun, Kyle, Indrajeet, Ten, David, Chris, Mo, and Bhavik!
This week’s question:
Given an array of integers
arr and an integer
n, return a subarray of
arr of length
n where the sum is the largest. Make sure you maintain the order of the original array, and if
n is greater than
arr.length, you can choose what you want to return.
> maxSubarray([-4,2,-5,1,2,3,6,-5,1], 4) > [1,2,3,6] > maxSubarray([1,2,0,5], 2) > [0,5]
Finding Language in the Brain
NK87 Purple on Purple keyboard
Gallup’s Top World Stories From 2022
I gave myself three months to change my personality
3,027 years from today, life will either be really good or really bad.
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and start your new habits!
Special thanks to Gabor, Stephen, IceSloth, Alaska, Josh, Conor, Ezell, Karthic, Ximena, Paige, Zev, Sebastián, Ben, Sema, Kinetic Labs, Vadim, Bailey, and Carmina for supporting my Patreon and this newsletter!
website | twitter | patreon | github | twitch | codepen | polywork | mastodon