An extensible version of a simple shell game and more fun with hashes.

Read MoreIt’s Monday night and I can’t sleep so let’s take another challenge on CodeWars.

Read MoreQuick Monday morning challenge to get the mind ready for some real work.

Read MoreIt’s a slow Sunday so why not do a code challenge?

Read MoreFun returning the highest scoring word using hashes and single responsibility

Read MoreThis challenge was one of the first I’ve done from HackerRank and was done using hashes to manage data structures and single responsibility to keep things clean and neat and easy to reason about

Read MoreNothing complicated here. But there is opportunity for deeper thinking on how this is applied beyond just solving the challenge.

Read MoreBasically create function that takes two arguments (string and size) and then chunk the string into arrays the length of the size given. Then look at each array and based on a math mathematical formula (is sum of the cubes of its digits is divisible by 2**)**, either rotate or reverse the array and join it all back and return that string as the value.

This one, wanted you to take four parameters, and write a function that would sort the number of years a starting population would exceed a target population factoring in percentage growth and population change due to people moving in and moving out.

Read MoreChallenge here was to write a function that, given a random string of directions (n, s, e, w) will calculate if the given string would return you to your current location in exactly 10 mins. Each direction given equals 1 city block which takes 1 min to cover.

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