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Kata and Tool Sharpening

“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” -Aristotle

Kata

Each directory (except exercism; that's my exercism solutions) contains a different code-cata, with criteria, limitations, rationale, and some of my attempts to date. Some of them are in progress. They target specific tasks (http-serving, textr transformation, file-system access, etc.) and are intended to expose some sharp edges for your skills to avoid.

Should add a sudoku solver

Core Compentencies

These are the force multipliers, the things that will be useful in many contexts or let you link together other tools for maximum effectiveness.

  • SQL
  • Regular Expressions
  • Web Servers
  • Scripting
  • Data Strucutres and Algorithms
  • Patterns
  • Writing
  • Talking

Target Languages

These are the languages that I either know or aspire to know. They're good candidates for solutions (depending on the problem). There are many others that could make this list; the idea is to have a small collection of languages that are practical for use and will expose me to a broad cross-section of idioms and ideas. This is to minimize the overhead of focussed, effortful practice.

  • Python
  • Clojure/ClojureScript
  • Elm
  • Groovy