I hope you've had a great week! My friends and I went to a pumpkin patch/corn maze this past weekend, which was a pretty fun time. Onwards!
Web links of the week
Peaks.js — Interact With Audio Waveforms
Something that interested me this week
I have a ton of workshops coming up for work as we kick off the
React Training fall tour
! I'm currently on the east coast about to do my last training of October before the November tour begins. Teaching has been really fun, which I can say with confidence now that I have a few workshops under my belt! I really enjoy seeing people get those "ah ha" moments as they understand new things.
With this gig, I've had a lot of time to code on side projects to practice concepts that I'm teaching (and come up with answers to issues that students might run into over time). I finally have a little
, which I haven't had in a while! Well, I should say, I
have a streak, but then this weekend I took a little coding break and played Minecraft with
my Patreon group
Interview question of the week
We had a ton of responses last week! I had you
find the length of the longest increasing subsequence.
did a great job in various languages!
This week's question:
Given a list of ordered integers with some of the numbers missing
(and with possible duplicates)
, find the missing numbers.
> missingInts([1, 3, 3, 3, 5, 6])
> 2, 4
> missingInts([1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 7, 7])
> 5, 6
Cool things from around the internet
Quantum computing takes flight
KBD67 with mixed red GMK caps
50 Years of Japan's Changing Architectural Landscape
My friends say I'm the cheapest person they've ever met, but I'm not buying it!
That's all for now, folks!
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