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comment Learn programming backwards, or “so I failed the FizzBuzz test. Now what?”
@vartec I'll take it that your're just being ironic. If I was in this for the money/hype I could just as easily have kept to the executive career which indeed paid much better and with less effort. :)
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comment Learn programming backwards, or “so I failed the FizzBuzz test. Now what?”
@vartec I'd say comparing any prfessional field to medicine and surgery is the academic equivalent of Godwin's Law. You won, here's your badge.
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comment Learn programming backwards, or “so I failed the FizzBuzz test. Now what?”
Awesome! This is really a nice way to study!
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comment Learn programming backwards, or “so I failed the FizzBuzz test. Now what?”
I know, and it's what I do day in and day out. I just used this as an example of how not having dealt with math in a computer environment before makes me lose time looking up basic things like modulus operators to be able to solve simple problems.
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comment Learn programming backwards, or “so I failed the FizzBuzz test. Now what?”
This code kata seems awesome too!