Is there anything better than starting your Sunday with a steaming hot mug of coffee and an algorithm challenge to get your brain juices flowing? I don't think so. Writing algorithms is a perfect way for you to stay sharp and be prepared for all kinds of challenges life (or your boss) is throwing at you. Please keep in mind that for most problems there are many ways to solve them and it's difficult to decide for a best solution. The one that runs quickest? The one that takes the least lines of code? The one that can be read easiest by your colleagues? I highly encourage you to take some time and think about the presented problem first. Try… read more »
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When I first told my friends that I set my mind on becoming a web developer, despite studies in a different field and holding a promising job, I certainly raised some eyebrows. By the term web developer somehow all of them were thinking of a guy who sits at home in boxershorts, phones a few local businesses and hopes to build a two-page brochure site. Or maybe even make changes to a Wordpress Theme. “Move this box a bit more to the left, and make that color a brighter shade of green.” This might have been an entirely legitimate description of some web developers in the last decade. Today, easy to use content management systems, one-click hosting platforms and a… read more »