I hope your week was a good one! Seeing all the layoffs this week was really hard, I hope you and yours are doing okay. And Americans, go vote this week! Let’s boogie.
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It was really strange this week on social media and in the tech space. I feel awful for friends and strangers I’m seeing getting laid off, and watching the weirdness that is Twitter (and everyone scrambling to find a space on the internet if it ends up going down the drain). If you were laid off, or know someone, I’ve been tweeting asking for folks who are hiring, and there’s luckily a lot of resources out there! Please let me know if I can help somehow.
In other news, our latest episode of The Dev Morning Show (at night) came out this week, featuring Brian Rinaldi! He writes the Jamstacked Newsletter and runs the free meetup/conference series cfe.dev, check those out while you listen!
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This week’s question:
Given a positive integer
n, return all of its anti-divisors. Anti-divisors are numbers that do not divide a number by the largest possible margin (1 is not an anti-divisor of any number). More information here!
> antidivisor(1) >  > antidivisor(3) >  > antidivisor(5) > [2,3] > antidivisor(10) > [3,4,7] > antidivisor(234) > [4,7,12,36,52,67,156]
You already know the punchline!
What’s the worst part about time travel jokes?
(this could also apply to threading, heyo)
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and watch out for misinformation!
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