## kdb programming challenge – Minesweeper

Happy New Year everyone! I hope everyone had a very good holiday and wouldn’t it be great to start the new year with a big bang right?? It has been a while since the last challenge and I’m sure my fans are dreading for one ðŸ™‚ Ok, enough of messing around. Let’s get down to business! I’m sure everyone is …

kdb programming challenge – Minesweeper

## kdb programming challenge – Fibonacci Clock

We all know what the Fibonacci Sequence is. It is basically the summation of last 2 numbers of a series starting from 1 (i.e. 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 ….). It exists in nature and can be seen in a sunflower head or in a snail shell as shown above. It is also related to the famous golden …

kdb programming challenge – Fibonacci Clock

## kdb programming challenge â€“ Morse Code

“dit dit dit ditÂ – dit dit” We hear this noise in films, war documentaries and evenÂ in everyday life. What is this adorable little sound of melody? Yes you are right. This is not just any random sound generated by highly skilled operator (myself) using this little clicking thingy, but THEÂ Morse Code itself. It is just a fancy way of saying …

kdb programming challenge â€“ Morse Code

## kdb programming challenge â€“ countdown numbers game

This weeks challenge is in honour of the the late Richard Whiteley, who in his time clocked up more hours on British TV screens than anyone else alive! Consonant please, Carol… Puzzle 4 â€“ Countdown Numbers Game The challenge is based on the countdown numbers game and is a little more difficult than previous weeks, so we’ve split it into …

kdb programming challenge â€“ countdown numbers game

## kdb programming challenge – rotating substitution cipher

Puzzle 3 â€“ Rotating Substitution Cipher In cryptography one of the simplest forms of encryption is the substitution cipher, where you take each letter and pick a replacement for it. Encryption is then as simple as substituting each letter in your message with the replacement letter from the cipher. This type of encryption is usually not difficult to break, since …

kdb programming challenge – rotating substitution cipher