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  • Do My Coding Assignment – Best Documentation & Software November 17, 2022 2:31 pm
    Do My Coding Assignment is the leading online programming help service provider. We have a team of experienced and professional programmers who are experts in various programming languages such as C, C++, Java, Python, and PHP. We provide best quality coding assignment help with proper documentation and software. We also offer 24/7 customer support to our clients. So if you […] The post Do My Coding Assignment – Best Documentation & Software appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • What are the Common Mistakes made by Users who Install Their Software? November 17, 2022 2:28 pm
    The most common mistakes people make when installing their software are not following the instructions and not uninstalling the software if it doesn’t work. The most common mistakes made by users who install their software are installing it on a device that has less than 4 GB of RAM and not installing it on a test device before going live. […] The post What are the Common Mistakes made by Users who Install Their Software? appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • How to Mint an NFT: A Step-by-Step Guide May 19, 2022 2:36 pm
    In this blog post, we will discuss how to mint an NFT. This process can be a little daunting for first-time token creators, but we will walk you through it step-by-step. So, what is Minting? In the simplest terms, minting is the process of creating new tokens. This can be done by anyone with the right tools and knowledge. Let’s […] The post How to Mint an NFT: A Step-by-Step Guide appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • Which Is the Best Definition of the Term Outsource? May 19, 2022 2:33 pm
    There are many different definitions of the term “outsource.” Some people say that it means to send work outside of your company, while others believe it is when you hire a third party to do work for you. The truth is that there is no one definitive definition of the term. It can mean different things to different people, depending […] The post Which Is the Best Definition of the Term Outsource? appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • History of software engineering November 2, 2021 2:12 pm
    I was recently reading about the history of programming languages and I found it fascinating. The ability to re-implement, adapt or obsolete an existing system with ease is one of the fundamental pillars upon which all modern societies are built upon. Empires rise and fall; but nothing stays still, not really. If anything changes, someone will make that change happen […] The post History of software engineering appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • How does the popularity of online casinos depend on the software? November 2, 2021 2:09 pm
    The software provides guidance in the form of instructions for each game. It is not just information, but also graphics that enhance the overall impression of the game. This means that players will receive precise data about winning combinations, payouts and bonuses. The software then shifts into presentation mode by providing sound effects and other audio-visual elaborations to accompany gameplay. […] The post How does the popularity of online casinos depend on the software? appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • The evolution of software engineering April 8, 2021 8:31 am
    No one can learn software engineering in two months, six months, or even a year. You will not be taught to be a software engineer in a course, university, or boot camp. I’ve been learning for the past twenty-plus years and I’m still learning now. I could only safely call myself an experienced software engineer after a decade of learning […] The post The evolution of software engineering appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • What is software development proof of concept? April 8, 2021 7:55 am
    Concept validation or proof of concept is an important step when it comes to complex and, therefore, expensive projects. It gives a clear idea of whether the idea is feasible and exactly how to implement it. Thus, proof or proof of concept involves the preparation of a certain list of measurable criteria that allows you to assess the expected end […] The post What is software development proof of concept? appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • What programming language should I learn? March 10, 2021 8:38 am
    It is virtually impossible to be a universal IT-specialist. Therefore, first of all it is necessary to choose a programming language. Perhaps the decisive factor will be a certain goal in relation to the direction of activity. A lot of newbies today choose web programming. Modern companies increasingly need specialists to meet the needs of business. The same requires the […] The post What programming language should I learn? appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • Who is a Software Engineer January 23, 2021 8:25 am
    All software engineers can code, but not all software engineers are capable of developing software concepts. Some people don’t like the definition of “Software Engineer” (aka software engineer, aka Software Engineer) because most of the time we use the word “engineer” when talking about something more physical – construction, for example. Our article, of course, is not about the term […] The post Who is a Software Engineer appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert

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  • HIGHLIGHTS, SOUNDS, AND CROWNS! A CLOSER LOOK AT TCO22 November 23, 2022 6:45 am
    It was a November to remember as the 2022 Topcoder Open (TCO22) got underway. First, we must thank our sponsors of TCO22, the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Center at the Broad Institute and the Better Call Trawl Challenge from Herox. TCO22 began with a special webinar: A New Data Science Competition announcement by Caroline Uhler, […] The post HIGHLIGHTS, SOUNDS, AND CROWNS! A CLOSER LOOK AT TCO22 appeared first on Topcoder.
    Ben Wordsmith
  • Single Round Match 841 Editorials November 11, 2022 3:44 am
    DividingCandy We can use brute force to solve this problem, but we need to be careful not to use too much of it (100,000^2 is too much) and not to forget any corner case. We can proceed as follows: If all kids share the same type (L=0 or D=0), it’s fairly easy. We have C […] The post Single Round Match 841 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
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  • Single Round Match 840 Editorials October 28, 2022 4:58 pm
    RepeatedHalving The simplest efficient solution to this problem simply simulates the process described in the problem statement, with one additional smart step: if all bags are empty, we can stop the simulation early. Below we give a proof why this solution is efficient. Whenever we select a bag, we halve the number of marbles it […] The post Single Round Match 840 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
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  • Single Round Match 839 Editorials October 28, 2022 4:28 pm
    Spreadsheet If the column is ZZZ, the next column is AAAA. We can handle this as a special case: check whether the input is all Zs, and if yes, return one more As. (Note that for the largest possible input (10 Zs) the output has 11 characters.) In all other cases the next column will […] The post Single Round Match 839 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
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  • Single Round Match 835 Editorials October 9, 2022 3:33 am
    GoodLetters Here’s an easy approach: Use a boolean array to store the information which letters are good. Count the good letters. Count the bad letters, or deduce that their count is 26 – count of good letters. Check whether you have enough of each type. If no, report no solution. If yes, iterate over the […] The post Single Round Match 835 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
    misof
  • Topcoder Recognized on Constellation ShortList as Top Gig Economy Platform for the Enterprise in 2022 September 30, 2022 2:48 pm
    Constellation recently named Topcoder as a Top Gig Economy Platform for the Enterprise.  Gig workers will account for 35-40% of the global workforce by 2025 according to Gartner. As the gig economy continues to grow, business leaders are searching for solutions to their workforce needs. And, we’re here to support the enterprises of the present […] The post Topcoder Recognized on Constellation ShortList as Top Gig Economy Platform for the Enterprise in 2022 appeared first on Topcoder.
    Lauren Hawkins
  • Single Round Match 838 Editorials September 27, 2022 2:36 am
    ThreeFractions Method 1: averages Given two fractions P/Q and R/S, we can easily compute the fraction that’s exactly halfway between them: it’s simply their average, i.e., their sum divided by 2. Their sum can be computed by bringing them to a common denominator: P/Q + R/S = PS/QS + RQ/SQ = (PS + RQ)/QS. Then, […] The post Single Round Match 838 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
    misof
  • The Beginner’s Guide to Web Development September 27, 2022 2:26 am
    What is web development? Web development is the process used to build, create, and maintain a website. It applies to anything from a simple plain-text webpage to a complex web or social network application. What types of web development are there? Developers specialize in different types of development. Some developers work on the user interface, […] The post The Beginner’s Guide to Web Development appeared first on Topcoder.
    Vanita Washington
  • Single Round Match 837 Editorials September 12, 2022 4:14 pm
    ReconstructStairs The problem is small enough to be solvable by brute force: try all reasonable options where the stairs start and where they end, for each of them check whether none of the given cubes are outside the staircase (too high), and of all those options pick the smallest one. Of course, if we think […] The post Single Round Match 837 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
    misof
  • Single Round Match 836 Editorials September 8, 2022 4:43 pm
    ThreeDarts A good idea is to start by generating an array with all possible single-dart scores. Once we have that, we can easily iterate over every possibility for one, two, and then three darts. As the array only has 62 elements, we can easily check all 62^3 combinations of three darts. PartialSumPyramid The main observation […] The post Single Round Match 836 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
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