Flatten a Multilevel Doubly Linked List

Good morning software developers and software engineers! Hope your day has started on the right note. Every morning, weather allowing for it, my wife and I have breakfast and go for a brisk walk. Today was no exception. Before 08:00 AM I have watered plants in the yard including a rosemary bush that we planted a week ago or so, showered, shaved, got dressed and started my work day. It is amazing how well you feed during the day once you have exercised, no matter how short or long.

Last week I read the article (let me see if I can find it in my Twitter account @john_canessa … found it) Cybersecurity bills gain new urgency after rash of attacks. It seems that both political parties, Democrats and Republicans are pushing a bill that will help our country against cyber attacks. In the past few months we have seen hundreds if not thousands of attacks, some to disable our government, companies and organizations or to ask for ransom. One of the proposed ideas is to force targets to disclose in a short period of time (24 hours or so) any cyber breach they have experienced. This will allow the government and other organizations to take action as needed to prevent the same type of attacks. In my opinion there should be some type of penalty for the bad actors in an attempt to curb their proliferation (transparency and accountability). Will see what happens with the bill and its implementation! Continue reading “Flatten a Multilevel Doubly Linked List”