Exercism - Challenge

September 17, 2018

I found this great website called Exercism where you can solve challenges and wait for mentors to comment your solution.

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Exercism - RNA Transcription

September 17, 2018

There are lots of different ways to approach every exercise on Exercism. Why not see how others have solved it?

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Exercism - Armstrong Numbers

September 17, 2018

There are lots of different ways to approach every exercise on Exercism. Why not see how others have solved it?

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Exercism - Two Fer

September 17, 2018

There are lots of different ways to approach every exercise on Exercism. Why not see how others have solved it?

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Technology ├╝ber alles

September 16, 2018

The paper Five Things We Need To Know About Technological Change is really good. I share some ideas with Neil Postman. I lived in a region where computers were not common up to my high school days, therefore I contrast my daily routine today with my father's and the technological dependencies we have today is outrageous.

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Create your own Emacs Tips

September 15, 2018

I remember my very beginning with Emacs. I refused myself to use Starter Kits, but I was not so fool. I did install all of them and looked at their code base. I really became impressed with the Spacemacs startup time and lazy evaluation of modules.

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Ibuffer

September 14, 2018

The beauty of Emacs workflow is the change in mindset from the common text editors around. You have no visible tabs available to switch between them, or better yet, you do not need them.

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Advent of Code

September 10, 2018

I just found the Advent of Code website and this project is amazing. This post will keep you updated about my solutions. You can also find then on my Github page.

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Perfect Numbers

September 9, 2018

This blog posts a lot of exercises and solutions (in Clojure) for some well known challenges aroung the web. I read the post about Perfect Numbers and happened to be the same exercise that I had finished to 4clojure, so I decided to share my solution here too.

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Y Combinator

August 26, 2018

The Y combinator is a higher-order function which takes a single argument, which is a function that isn't recursive and returns a version of the same function which is recursive.

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