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Einstein’s Riddle


  โ€œEinsteinโ€™s Riddleโ€ is a logic puzzle whose creation is often credited to a young Albert Einstein (though there is no hard evidence to support this claim), and it demands patience and logical processing to be properly solved. If you can figure it out without looking at the hints on how to solve this, then you would probably be a pretty good programmer. Hereโ€™s the riddle in three pieces: Background: There are five houses in five different colors A person with a different

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Nathan Shumate

Nathan Shumate

I am a developer and consultant based in Conway, Arkansas. I am constantly reading, writing, and experimenting with the latest in web technologies. When I am not doing that I am trying to find the perfect cup of coffee, looking for new hiking trails, or planning my next adventure.

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Early morning workout, productive day at work, pizza ๐Ÿ• for dinner, hot tub ๐Ÿ›€ time with the wife and kiddo, now finishing off the day with this delicious craft brew. #good
Some light reading this morning.
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One week of marriage. Heading out on a winery tour ๐Ÿท โค๏ธ ๐Ÿ‘ฐ ๐ŸŽฉ
Sculpted in 1775, the Rose Window is considered to be one of the finest examples of baroque architecture in North America.  Its sculptor and significance continue to be a mystery.  Folklore credits Pedro Huizar, a carpenter and surveyor from Spain, with carving the famous window as a monument to his sweetheart, Rosa.  Tragically, on her way from Spain to join him, Rosa was lost at sea.  Pedro then completed the window as a declaration of enduring love.

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