Two years ago I switched careers from animation to programming. I talked about my first week’s of bootcamp experience in my first post on this blog but never really put the whole story anywhere. It was a pretty non-traditional trajectory, which is all the rage these days, so I thought I might write it up and see if anyone gets anything out of it. Inspiration or entertainment or whatever.
The power set problem is one of those algorithms that turns out to be a bit trickier than they appear on the surface. Like the five stages of grief, there are 3 common stages for being assigned a power set problem.
(The data in the demo above is randomly generated dummy data and changes every time you refresh.)
My excuse here is going to be that I’m new to Express.js, but hopefully this will help someone else who is also new.
As part of our data structures sprint, we implemented a bunch of data structures, most of which had a good amount of resources out there adequately explaining how they worked.
We learned about bind() today, which is apparently pretty hard to wrap your head around, but I think I got it. Official documentation here:
So it’s week 1 of the Hack Reactor course proper. My class is the 5th Remote Beta class (all instruction conducted online), or HRR5. I guess now’s the time to share some first impressions.