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    wertigon It's that time of the year again!

    Do you have what it takes to win the advent of code challenge? Probably not. But it's a fun exercise nonetheless. 50 coding problems - two each day - that helps you grow massively as a programmer.

    Anyone else willing to join? I plan on doing this year challenges in Go just to learn that language. Of course, YMMV! :)

    AoC can be found at https://adventofcode.com/ and add 2015, 2016 or 2017 for earlier years.
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