Completing Advent of Code 2015 with 3 Programming languages

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/adventofcode

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  • adventofcode

    My solutions to the Advent of Code challenges (by djotaku)

  • Throughout the spring and summer of 2021 a few of the times that I mentioned on the Advent of Code subreddit that I was doing the 2015 problem set in all 3 languages, some folks said they’d be interested in a writeup on the experience. Now that I’ve finally finished 2015 (my first set of 50 stars!) it’s time for that writeup. Before I continue, I’d like to thank everyone on the subreddit who has helped me. I have a README.md for each day’s problem and you’ll find my thanks to those who helped me within those READMEs here in my repo.

  • Scout Monitoring

    Free Django app performance insights with Scout Monitoring. Get Scout setup in minutes, and let us sweat the small stuff. A couple lines in settings.py is all you need to start monitoring your apps. Sign up for our free tier today.

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  • Snap-in-Time

    script for btrfs backups

  • Python - it’s my main language and the one in which I’m most proficient. I have written some programs used by many others (like my Extra Life Donation Tracker) and utilities that solve some problem I have (like my btrfs snapshot and backup program). By solving each problem in Python first, I allow myself to focus on the problem first instead of a syntax I’m unfamiliar with.

  • ELDonationTracker

    A Python-based donation tracker for Extra Life streams

  • Python - it’s my main language and the one in which I’m most proficient. I have written some programs used by many others (like my Extra Life Donation Tracker) and utilities that solve some problem I have (like my btrfs snapshot and backup program). By solving each problem in Python first, I allow myself to focus on the problem first instead of a syntax I’m unfamiliar with.

  • aoc2015

    Discontinued Advent of Code 2015

  • Throughout the spring and summer of 2021 a few of the times that I mentioned on the Advent of Code subreddit that I was doing the 2015 problem set in all 3 languages, some folks said they’d be interested in a writeup on the experience. Now that I’ve finally finished 2015 (my first set of 50 stars!) it’s time for that writeup. Before I continue, I’d like to thank everyone on the subreddit who has helped me. I have a README.md for each day’s problem and you’ll find my thanks to those who helped me within those READMEs here in my repo.

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