## Wednesday, July 1, 2015

### June 2015

• June 30th, 2015: Count Dracula has just enough time for a quickie, and today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/8137099602819022848
Count Dracula: "Vithd you, never a quickie ... alwayz a longie! Bla-blah-blaaaah!" ... and the solution http://lpaste.net/7601734639496986624
• June 29th, 2015: Toodle-pip! Word-frequency of a novel purportedly written in 'Hinglish, don't you know!' http://lpaste.net/7805322136641339392 Today's #haskell problem That solution is SO my bag!http://lpaste.net/7435942974816518144
• June 26th, 2015: THUGs hate code duplication. I bet you didn't know that about THUGs. #thuglife With today's #haskell problem, you do. http://lpaste.net/87111690633609216 The solution is awesome, because reasons. http://lpaste.net/3951774515419152384
• June 25th, 2015: We solve today's #haskell problem like a Thug. A CANADIAN Thug http://lpaste.net/183406472317632512 … #ThugLife When a THUG wants a cup-o-joe, it just makes sense to give'm dat cup-o-joe when he throws down dat Hamilton http://lpaste.net/8960298568350957568 #thuglife
• June 23rd, 2015: Banana Fish! I don't know what that means, but: http://lpaste.net/4698665561507233792 (I also don't know what map 'a'-"apple" 'b'-"banana" means, either). Dad even got the banana WITH TAXES! http://lpaste.net/51803352903712768 But is Dad happy? Oh, no! See today's problem (forthcoming)
• June 22nd, 2015: A couple of range-like thingies for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/9214672078085554176 'Thingies' is a technical term. Arrows for ranges? http://lpaste.net/3818460590272151552 Who knew that could be a 'thing'? (Again, technical term. It means: 'thing.')
• June 19th, 2015:
♫ Grease is the word,
is the word,
is the word,
that you heard,..
http://lpaste.net/5444203916235374592
... and is today's #haskell problem. #graph
O! What a tangled web we weave! http://lpaste.net/1406493831142047744 Contracts between corporations #graph Using #neo4j to show complex interrelationships between corporations #haskell
• June 18th, 2015: Graph owners of companies ... LIKE A BOSS for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/8745167156892663808 def #NSFW-youtube-link:
Take this #graph and shove it; I don' work here anymore! A solution http://lpaste.net/497988783522709504

• June 17th, 2015: What does Hannibal Lecter have to do with today's #Haskell problem? http://lpaste.net/3911201767555072000 Well, actually nothing. Good for name-dropping ;)
Ooh! pritti colours! Lines and circles! ME. LIKEY! http://lpaste.net/1108939510487449600 Visualizing relations between companies and their employees in #neo4j #graph database #bigdata

• June 16th 2015: Business. Commerce. Relationships. And the plot thickens for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/2159896812155043840 You scratched my back, so the solution will scratch yours: http://lpaste.net/6209720607693602816
• June 15th, 2015: We're told to 'mind our own business.' For today's #haskell problem, however, we don't. http://lpaste.net/409939376974331904 If all the world were 450 businesses ...huh, don't know how to end that couplet, so I'll just share the solution: http://lpaste.net/4134898821270339584
• June 12th, 2015: Today's Haskell problem is really simple: http://lpaste.net/176873973089304576 Write a Haskell Database. ;)
• June 11th, 2015: A mapping of a map of categories to various sets of symbols. Not at all a Graph. Nope. Not at all. http://lpaste.net/106990139309293568 So, forewarning: there is wootage to be found in the solution http://lpaste.net/1443717939034324992
• June 10th, 2015: FREE LATIN LESSONS with today's #haskell problem! AND curl, but as long as you don't sudo bash you should be okay ... http://lpaste.net/8023684639111512064
• June 9th, 2015: LET'S PRETEND! that today is yesterday, huh? So 'today's #haskell problem is about Options Tradinghttp://lpaste.net/3308567286981328896 ... not really.
• June 8th, 2015: Improving the accuracy of the stddev modifier is the topic for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/2181777565994188800
• June 5th, 2015: Today's #haskell problem is kinda from Haskell by Example http://lpaste.net/1846897956607754240 Maps don't love you like I love you
Hey, did you just make a map from a map and a multimap? http://lpaste.net/1944556995998646272 Is that even allowed? Yes, ... yes, it is.
• June 4th, 2015: Peano's big TOE has a #haskell problem for you today, rollin' on the river http://lpaste.net/8694895204643110912 Types can be ... helpful in modeling solutions. Yeah. http://lpaste.net/6112991888283795456
• June 3rd, 2015: As we're not going to do switch for today's #haskell problem (Why? BECAUSE I SAID SO), let's deredundancify an array. http://lpaste.net/2725173830396936192 An array by any other name is just a graph http://lpaste.net/6699309431617748992 ... hey, it's possible!
• June 2nd, 2015: Today's #haskell problem is called 'twixt' and is inspired from a tweet by @jamestanton http://lpaste.net/4168110918607044608 Betwixt a rock and a prime place lies the solution http://lpaste.net/5331587919524134912
• June 1st, 2015: These factorials are prime for ... primes. Erhm, yeah. http://lpaste.net/6303441488491577344 Today's #haskell problem from @jamestanton