I invite everyone to join me on April 25th (this Saturday) for a 24-hour programming session, during which I will try to solve all 75+ Project Euler challenges. The whole session will be live streamed on youtube and all my source code will be available to the viewers. It is a great opportunity to learn some cool tricks, so go ahead and join us on FB to stay updated.
During the whole event I will answer your questions related to any of the following topics:
- programming competitions
- pros and cons of different programming languages in programming competitions
- useful tips and tricks for implementation of solutions
- effective debugging
- fast ways to estimate time complexity of the problems
- code optimization
- and more...
I am looking forward to see you all.
In the meantime, here is the article about the event — Inside the mind of pro competitive coder
Upd: Added youtube link — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP3-G61C3fc
Upd 2: Thank you for an amazing event, yesterday. It was truly a life time experience for me. I wish I had 2 more hands, so I could have engaged more in the chat conversations, which I really enjoyed reading. You really gave me the energy and saved me a couple of times by discovering some nasty bugs in my code :)
Special thanks to everyone who donated, during the event. We really appreciate and value every dollar you gave to a good cause.
Final update: I have just uploaded the whole video from the event to YouTube:
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMBe8Lhhti8 (part 1)
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBf6T8y5vF8 (part 2)
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkhYfUrWx0E (part 3)
As always, I would love to hear your feedback on what would you like see in the future events or how can we improve the experience. Happy watching :)