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Hello Courtney,

The Brand Coordinator role stood out to me because I am creative, organized, and have over 7 years of professional media experience. In each position I've held, I have developed systems for managing campaigns, created multi-channel content, and collaborated with team members across departments.

Through leading various production and digital media campaigns for organizations in Denver, CO over the past 4 years, I have increased engagement and operating funds by over 11% collectively. I've utilized Google Analytics to create strategic marketing plans for clients and manipulated metadata and tags on WordPress sites to enhance SEO. Further, my communications work with Skill Distillery involved managing a number of events and creating marketing collateral to increase company recognition and strengthen employer relationships.

I am self-motivated, learn quickly, and work well under pressure. Much of my work has been directly related to education and I believe my interpersonal skills would allow me

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Hi Courtney,

My name is Connie, and I'm a brand-minded content strategist and copywriter currently looking for new opportunities in the Denver area. I wanted to throw my name in the hat for your Brand Coordinator position! I was referred to your job posting by Josh Cass at Bonusly--he said he wasn't sure if you guys remembered him, but to pass his name along.

With experience in fast-paced agency environments, I have the chops to get things done accurately, efficiently and creatively. At my previous Copywriter positions for Jacobs Agency and Misix, I took ownership of my clients’ voice, tone and style to create meaningful content of all types. From crafting the perfect subject line to crafting a more engaging case study, I work strategically to develop and represent a brand’s goals and objectives.

I don’t have much experience in managing marketing campaigns on my own, but I am very much willing to learn. I believe strongly in alternative education tracks, especially for underprivileged and undervalued c

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Exploring a Variable-Length Array

  • You've been provided the "snapshot" of a heap with 64 addressed slots link to printable map
  • The marker for "Array Start" is 126
  • The slot after an "Array Start" is the address of the first value
  • The slot after that first value is the address of the second value
  • The slot after the second value is the address of the third value, and so on
  • The marker for "Array End" is 127
  1. Write out the values in this array in normal JavaScript notation
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Binary Sort

Instructions

Complete these steps with roles Person 1 (P1) and Person 2 (P2):

  • P1 selects 8 of your numbers at random
  • P2 walks through the Building the Tree algorithm for those eight numbers out loud without counting steps
  • P1 walks through the Traversing the Tree algorithm out loud without counting steps
  • P1 adds four new cards, shuffles
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Merge Sort

Instructions

Complete these steps with roles Person 1 (P1) and Person 2 (P2):

  • P1 selects 5 of your numbers at random
  • P2 walks through the algorithm sorting those five numbers out loud to practice without counting steps
  • P1 adds three new cards, shuffles, and sorts the set out loud. P2 counts the steps using the guidelines below.
  • P2 adds two more cards, shuffles, and sorts the set out loud. P1 counts the steps using the guidelines below
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Insertion Sort

Instructions

Complete these steps with roles Person 1 (P1) and Person 2 (P2):

  • P1 selects 5 of your numbers at random
  • P2 walks through the algorithm sorting those five numbers out loud to practice without counting steps
  • P1 adds three new cards, shuffles, and sorts the set out loud. P2 counts the steps using the guidelines below.
  • P2 adds two more cards, shuffles, and sorts the set out loud. P1 counts the steps using the guidelines below
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Big O Analysis
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Big-O Analysis

Learning Goals

  • Be able to explain why we care about the algorithmic complexity of our programs on a practical level
  • Be able to explain why we analyze algorithms in terms of asymptotic and worst-case performance
  • Explore the performance characteristics of some common algorithms/operations

Lesson Plan

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Axe World

Your happy hour is boring. What better way to spend time with your coworkers then throwing axes?

We've got a bustling business where small groups book appointments then come to us to throw axes at the wall. But managing the paperwork is becoming a huge pain. Please help us with your database skills!!

I0: Getting Going

I think we should have a database called axeworld just like our business.

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Hacking for Fun, Power, and Profit

Part 1: Understanding the Landscape

Agreeing to Terms

  • "Hacking" code = programming
  • "Hacking" hardware/etc = building things against their intent
  • "Hacking" in a traditional sense: people or computers/software
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Hashing in Practice

You can complete these exercises in JavaScript or Ruby.