• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Gone fishin'" kata

Not a big fan of this kata. It seems to test more math than programming skills.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Find The Unique" javascript solution

And it should not, according to the condition of the task

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Add 3 bits" kata

At first I didn't understand either. You need to sum all the arguments (they are in decimal) and convert the result to a binary as an array.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Lost numbers" javascript solution

This is infamous type conversions ðŸ¤­

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Lost numbers" javascript solution

Oh, so there is a hack ðŸ˜†

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Well Done Multiplus" javascript solution

Well, this is definitely bad practice ðŸ˜†. One-liners like this might impress beginners, but they are unreadable, therefore it's just bad code.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Well Done Multiplus" javascript solution

You can also write `.filter(Boolean)`.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Calculate Monthly Mortgage Payment" kata

The formula is displayed incorrectly during training. Do you think it is OK? For example, I did not even look in the "Details" before.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Calculate Monthly Mortgage Payment" kata

The formula should be `c = ( r * P0 ) / ( 1 - (1 + r) - N )`. The current formula is, even mathematically, incorrect.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcreated an issue for "Calculate Monthly Mortgage Payment" kata

I did not undestand the given formula for JavaScript `c = r * P0/1 - (1 + r)-N`, found another one:

``````p0 * r * (1 + r)^N
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(1 + r)^N - 1

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Regarding the kata, I did not like it. It is not about programming, just about math and putting correct numbers in correct spots.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Beam me up Statey using ReactJS" kata

Old school React class components! Well, that was fun... in a way. Firstly I rewrited everything to functions and hooks, but it turned out the test env does not know what React.useState is. Rewrited everything back again. But enjoyed it nevertheless.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcreated an issue for "Sum of two lowest positive integers" kata

There is no fixed test for two identical smallest numbers in JavaScript.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Jaden Casing Strings" kata

In JavaScript you can get the string using `this`.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Array.diff" kata

Maybe one day it was a 6 kuy, but the modern JS makes it super easy, 7 kuy, no more.

• ###### evgeniy_ppcommented on "Recursive array search" kata

Wow, okay.

I disagree that this is a duplicate, but whatever.

Do not need such training. I am never going to create a kata again. This one was enough.
A very unpleasant experience. So much toxicity from the community, it's like I'm taking money from you for it.