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Mno09:12:24

Morning!

gklijs09:12:37

Morning, start of the 5 last ‘real’ working days of this year.

Mno11:12:07

🎉 sounds good

Mno11:12:27

I’m doing all the advent of code stuff in clojure to warm up

Mno11:12:05

I thought it was going good until the 3rd one 😅 this one looks complicated

Mno12:12:16

turns out It was super easy, only need 6 lines.

kwrooijen11:12:56

If you get stuck, there are a lot of clojurians posting their solutions on GH

kwrooijen11:12:09

I've learned a lot from reading those

gklijs11:12:15

I’m skipping aoc this year. Last year I did them in Rust, and some in Clojure. But later ones sometimes take a lot of time.

kwrooijen11:12:17

(Even after finishing them myself)

Mno11:12:16

Thats good to know! Thanks

kwrooijen11:12:50

This one is top of the Clojurian leader board at the moment. https://github.com/axelarge/advent-of-code

Mno11:12:32

There’s a clojurian leaderboard 😮

borkdude11:12:04

@hobosarefriends Are you even aware of the #adventofcode channel?

kwrooijen11:12:42

(Code: 217019-4a55b8eb)

Mno11:12:59

I was not, but I don’t want too many hints, and also I don’t want to compete too much.

Mno11:12:21

It makes me a bit too obsessive when I get competitive, gotta keep it chill.

Mno11:12:38

But thanks for all the info

kwrooijen11:12:12

This is the first time I'm doing AoC, and it's really clear I'm missing some puzzle solving skills haha

kwrooijen11:12:39

But being able to learn from others is really beneficial

Mno11:12:07

I’ve done a few of the puzzles before at the meetups, but other than that, also first time.

Mno11:12:38

Yeah it’s also helping me solidify core function usage

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