I hope you’ve been doing well. I’ve been really happy to see folks I care about get some new jobs and set up in better situations this week! Anyway, onwards!
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This was a pretty busy week of podcast recordings and work! Because I was so busy, I had to be pretty dedicated to my tasks lists… and I ended up writing a blog post about exactly that! I’ve been using Obsidian, Centered, Cron, and todometer for pretty much everything lately, and I’m really loving this tool “stack” for getting things done.
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This week’s question:
Given a list of times in a 24-hour period, return the smallest interval between two times in the list. Hint: you can do this in O(n) time! Assume the list is unsorted.
$ smallestTimeInterval(['01:00', '08:15', '11:30', '13:45', '14:10', '20:05']) $ '25 minutes'
I made myself a belt out of clocks and watches. It was a waist of time!
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and cancel your meetings that can be emails!
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