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Today we are going to be tackling a LeetCode problem called Reverse Integer in JavaScript.

Specifically, the challenge is to return the inputted 32-bit integer, with its digits reversed. We are to assume the environment does not allow you to store 64-bit integers (signed or unsigned). Signed or unsigned refers…

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Today we are solving a Codewars challenge in JavaScript called Dubstep. The challenge is to identify the original song lyrics to songs that have been remixed by adding “WUB” at various places. Specifically, an arbitrary amount of “WUB”s is added at the beginning of the song, at the end of…

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In today’s coding challenge, bigger is better. We are tasked with returning the sum of the two largest values in an array. So let’s jump into it.

First we are going to use the Math.max method to find the max value in the value in the array. But using it…

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It’s time to work through another CodeWars challenge. This time, I’m going to be showing you how to complete a kata called: “Build a Pile of Cubes” with JavaScript.

The task, as described in the CodeWars kata, is to construct a building which will be a pile of n cubes…

Today we are going to tackle a Lord of the Rings themed CodeWars kata called Good vs Evil. So get ready to be transported to Middle Earth and witness the epic battles between the forces of good and evil.

The challenge is to determine which side, good or evil, will…

Let’s Make a Red Square Dance!

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You may be familiar with CSS’s ability to create a beautiful user interface, but did you know that CSS can be used to make animations on you website as well? …

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Codewars challenges are a great way to sharpen your coding skills. It’s an opportunity to work on analytical problem solving, as well as becoming more familiar with the coding language you choose to work with. …

Node is a popular backend runtime environment, since, among other things, it allows us to write JavaScript in the backend, or server side, of our applications.

Let’s create a simple Node.js backend and make a GET request.

First, you will need npm installed on your computer. Go to the node…

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