1. # Facebook's React patent grant is disingenuous and harmful

Sun 20 August 2017

Find it super interesting that the discussion about the React License has boiled down to resharing two Medium articles. The "Paper Tiger" and the "Startups should avoid …

2. # Raindrops puzzle on Exercism

Tue 15 August 2017

One of the puzzles on Exercism is the Raindrops Puzzle. In this puzzle you find the numbers that divide into the original number (aka: factors). An example of this is the number 28 where 28 can be divided by the following numbers: 1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28. (Remember that …

3. # 100 day challenge: Final results

In the spirit of the 100 day challenge I wrote a quick program to parse the tags of the 100day challenge and note which tags were most often used.

```#!/usr/bin/env python

from collections import Counter

def main():

tag_counter = Counter()

with open('100day_tags', 'rt') as infile:
for line in …```

4. # Day 70ish/100: Fin?

Apparently this is the second time that I can't count, and have double-counted days.

It's also another day where "life has become rather chaotic and programming was the last thing on my mind".

So I'm thinking about calling this done for now. I'm not planning on abandoning daily programming for …

5. # Day 69/100: More reading / more Exercism / Hacker Rank

Wed 09 August 2017

Worked a little on Exercism today. One of the problems I was working on required the use of factoring a number to find all of the divisors (eg: 4 can be divided by 4, 2, and 1). It's a recursive solution but I didn't know offhand how to write it …