I’m so grateful to be in your inbox today! I absolutely loved seeing the replies last week from folks donating to support the organizations working in Ukraine and Texas. Thank you for being great. Onwards!
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I hope you’ve been able to find some peace in between the rough news over the past week. I filled the time with mostly just work, and I joined in on this livestream, and this video I made with the Prismic team last year came out!
I also started watching the show Veronica Mars. I know I’m about 18 years too late, but it’s been fun seeing the old fashion, the pre-Facebook technology, and seeing so many (now big) celebrities in small roles throughout.
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Last week, I had you return the largest rectangle in a 2D array. Awesome job Will, Leyan, Rafael, Les, Giovanni, Ryan, and Ten, this was a tough one!
This week’s question:
Implement a hashmap from scratch without any existing libraries in your preferred language.
A hashmap should:
put(int key, int value)which inserts a (key, value) pair into the hashmap. If the key already exists, update the corresponding value.
get(int key)which returns the value to which the specified key is mapped, or -1 if there’s no mapping for the key.
remove(key)which removes the key and its value if it exists in the map.
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I noticed that when I was in the office, people would always laugh at my jokes, but working from home, people never do. When I asked why, they said my jokes weren’t remotely funny.
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and say something kind to someone today!
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