It’s almost that time again.
If you’re not familiar, here’s a quick synopsis, courtesy of @gadgetgirl:
More information can be found on their website.
This isn’t the first time we’ve done this, here are links to the previous years’ discussions:
I’ve set up a private leaderboard. You can be a member in more than one, so don’t worry about that, but be aware that your name will appear as it does on the Advent of Code website. In other words, it could show your real name. I login via GitHub for this group, and via Google for work. If you want to join this leaderboard, the code is
I’ll tag the others that were active last year:
Please feel free to include anyone else you think my be interested.
I set up a gitlab repo in 2018, and I neglected to upload any code to it last year, but I will try to do a better job of it this year.
I did 2018’s puzzles in Python (and C#?) and I did 2019’s puzzles in C#. I’m not sure what I’ll do for 2020, but I’d like to try to work the solutions in both C# and Python if I can, since these days I spend most of my time writing build and release pipelines in YAML.
Feel free to post questions and solutions in this thread, but please be kind and blur out any spoilers.