For any of those who are self-starters or self-teachers in disciplines that require a great deal of time and energy to gain proficiency, this following line will hold a special place in your heart: Screw this! gonna either try some likely useless “Master [enter skill here] In Just 2 Months!!” course that will cost me … Continue reading The Lower Point Of The Line Graph
Within the little free time that I have (geez, I cannot WAIT to get a programming job), I’ve been working out an algorithm for the puzzle from the interview I spoke about on the 25th of Aug. Here’s a reminder of the puzzle: “A String S will be comprised of a series of letters of … Continue reading a’s and b’s: Devising An Algorithm For A Pattern of Chars
Professional trouble found me a few days ago! As a Security Officer, the easiness of the job is actually my kryptonite. My mind receives rarely any intellectual stimulation, and I am not at all in an environment in which I can thrive. In short, I’m deterred from engaging in activities that I purely enjoy: improving … Continue reading Working At My Job While Coding: Not A Good Mix
I had an interview in which I had LOADS of confidence but alas felt like I was in the octagon with John Jones. There were four tasks in total: A PostgreSQL query that required the sum of salaries of employees within certain departments. Needless to say, I had several WTF moments but I was able … Continue reading Yesterday’s Coding Interview: What The H***?