Written by Matthew Riddett who lives and works in Victoria BC, building fun and useful things. You can follow him on Twitter
Two ways to check if a string is a palindrome
In which I tackle the infamous Google coding interview question... And solve it twice!
In which I solve a code challenge to move all zeros in an array to the array's end.
In which I solve a code challenge where you have to find the maximum possible unique snacks from a given array split between two siblings.
In which I solve the AlgoDaily stock optimizer code challenge.
In which I solve the sorted two sum problem
In which I solve a coding challenge to find all unique numbers in an array
In which I solve the case of the missing numbers in an array...
In which I fix last year's global game jam game so it actually works!!
In which I solve a deceptively simple coding problem/challenge involving circular arrays
Last weekend was Global Game Jam 2020...and I made a game!
In which I build a simple dice game with pure JS+CSS.
In which I actually manage to deploy a build of the blog with featured images correctly enabled.
In which I figure out how to work with the Gatsby.js image API, and make it play nice with Netlify CMS.
In which I struggle - and fail - to do basic stuff with Gatsby, get frustrated, walk away, come back and try again, and succeed!..... sort of.
In which I describe the journey up to here, with emphasis on the most recent leg, involving setting up this blog with Gatsby.js and netlify CMS.