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 Friday evening. It seems that the weeks are going by faster than ever. Hopefully the COVID-19 vaccine will make a huge difference all over the world and we will be able to get on with our lives.
Earlier this week, I decided to add some spice to this blog. If you are a follower you should have noticed that lately most of the problems are being solved in Java. In the near future I will be using C and C++ if such languages would provide simpler and higher performance solutions. That said, if I get a request to generate a solution in Java, I will generate a separate post. Continue reading “Design Linked List”
Running tests and verifying code is the work order for the day. I have a Command Line Interface (CLI) for the storage server sending the equivalent of ping requests but at the application level. Since I started the test at around 09:30 AM today it has processed so far 1,190,833 requests and associated responses without a single warning or error entry in the log files. I will stop the test at the end of the work day.
Earlier today I was going to work on a different LeetCode problem, but when I did a search on “alien” two problems were selected. Since one was flagged Easy and the second Hard, I thought some items might apply from the first one to the second problem. Hopefully it would not take too long to solve the Easy problem so I could tackle the Hard after the end of the workday. Boy was I mistaken. Continue reading “Verifying an Alien Dictionary”
Hi gals and guys. Hope you are doing well during the COVID-19 pandemic. It seems that most of us are somewhat tired following the basic rules that reduce the spread of the coronavirus. By relaxing the rules in the past few months, the numbers of COVID-19 infections, in most cities worldwide, are going up. Note that the issue is the number of infections, not the number of deaths. Infected people may need hospital services. If the number of patients is larger than the capacity like it was when this thing started, then we have a problem. At this point in time, people with most infections per 1,000, is people in college age. Please follow the rules! We all benefit from it. Continue reading “Print Immutable Linked List in Reverse”
Over the weekend decided to continue experimenting with TensorFlow during the next couple weeks. The first task was to make sure my installation was up to date.
One of the requirements for TensorFlow on Windows is to use Python 3.5 or higher. For some reason my previously installed Python version switched to 2.7. I believe that happened when using Conda after installing TensorFlow for the first time. I checked my machine and Python was installed in the C:\Program Files\Python35 folder. Nevertheless I decided to download the latest version of Python and reinstall it. Apparently it was the same: 3.5.2. Continue reading “Revisiting TensorFlow™”