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billhowe21:08:37

I've been working my way through all the podcasts, starting from ep1. On episode 43 now and have been enjoying the journey. Thank you for putting together some fun to listen to and thought provoking content! @neumann @nate Inspired me to try out tic tac toe in Clojure as I was just getting started with it (Clojure and the podcast) a few months ago!

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practicalli-john13:08:17

If you would like to see some other approaches, there is a video walk-through of the approach I took for a command line tic-tac-toe game. https://youtu.be/_eO7EsXO2XE I took a different approach for a ClojureScript version of the game, using SVG for the game board https://practicalli.github.io/clojurescript/reagent-projects/tic-tac-toe/index.html

billhowe14:08:01

Cool, I'll check them out. Thanks!

billhowe22:08:54

Always interesting seeing how others solve things. It didn't occur to me to use a numbering system like that. I ended up using a hash-map and row/cols: https://github.com/wdhowe/clojure-mini-projects/tree/master/tic_tac_toe

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nate21:08:53

Hey @wdhowe glad to hear you're enjoying our podcast. I see you're well into the summer of questions that we did last year.

nate21:08:01

Let us know if you have any questions or topics you'd like to hear us talk about.

billhowe21:08:40

As soon as I'm caught up I will for sure.