It is once again Sunday. Time seems to keep passing on faster. I assume this has to do with the COVID-19 pandemic. Since most of us are limiting our social activities, the days and weeks seem to be much of a replay. The good news is that people are starting to get vaccinated and spring is just around the corner.
After chatting with a software development manager I decided to revisit LeetCode 121. Best Time to Buy and Sell Stock which is ranked as Easy by LeetCode. Continue reading “Best Time to Buy and Sell Stock – Revisited”
It is Thursday morning and it has been a long week at work. Apparently we have been experiencing lots of issues with our cloud platform. It seems that the storage server works fine when running on bare metal, but it experiences network related issues when running on virtual machines. We are currently looking at what might be causing the issues with the stack in VMs.
Before we start dealing with the problem at hand, I want to mention that I have a few books on algorithms. Like most people, I like to avoid spending money when I can get the same or similar results by doing a web search and reading the resulting material. I am a member of the ACM. I have access some of O’Reilly materials on-line. I believe both the books and videos have helped me locate quality information and are planning on continuing to use it. Continue reading “Alien Dictionary”
It is Sunday again, seems like last week came and went by faster than usual.
When I browse YouTube videos on my phone, I tend to run into some that I would like to watch and if possible experiment with the subject. This post is associated with a video by Irfan Baqui. It is nice to get a challenge, understand what it is required, solve it and see how a fellow developer comes to the same solution using a different and in some cases the same approach. Continue reading “Odd Occurring Number in Array”
I have not solved a LeetCode challenge in a couple weeks. Went to the site and the system suggested the Valid Parentheses using the following URL: https://leetcode.com/problems/valid-parentheses/
The idea is to determine if a sequence of parentheses in a string are properly matched. Please take a look at the actual challenge using the previous URL.
Following is a screen capture of the console on my Eclipse IDE: Continue reading “Valid Parentheses”