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<h1 id="ecgj6">Advent of Code 2020 <img title="Personal project" src="/img/perso.svg"/></h1>
In December 2020 I decided to participate in the Advent of Code 2020, a yearly event where every day of December, you are proposed an algorithm puzzle to solve using any language you want (the input is randomly generated and you must provide the correct answer). I chose to solve the daily puzzles with Rust code, since I am very interested in this language and I haven't practised it very much.
In December 2020 I decided to participate in the Advent of Code 2020, a yearly event where every day of December, you get an __algorithmic puzzle__ that you can solve using any language you want (the input data is randomly generated and you must provide the correct answer). I chose to solve the daily puzzles with __Rust__ code, since I am __very interested in this language__ and I haven't practised it very much.
My goal was not to earn a maximum of points by solving the puzzles as fast as possible once they are released (they were released at 6AM an France), but rather to find the most interesting and/or efficient ways to solve them.
My goal was not to earn a maximum of points by solving the puzzles as fast as possible once they are released (they were released at 6AM an France), but rather to __find the most interesting and/or efficient ways to solve__ them.
I also joined the Discord server or my former engineering school to help students that were participating in the event. This led to a lot of interesting discussions about code instrumentation and optimisation, algorithmic complexity, regular expressions, language features, ...
I also joined the Discord server or my former engineering school to __help students__ that were participating in the event. This led to a lot of interesting discussions about code instrumentation and optimisation, algorithmic complexity, regular expressions, language features, ...
### Skills
- Rust programming

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