Did you manage to solve the puzzles?

Thank you for participating in our Tech Advent Calendar during December, where you solved puzzles together with us, made by our tech experts in Visma. The winner has been contacted via email.

Below you will find all the answers to the puzzles.

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Any valid route with duration = 63, for example a -> c -> e -> g -> f -> d -> b -> a or a -> b -> d -> f -> g -> e -> c -> a
we are under attack from evil hackers help
It's snowing! If copied to the console of a browser it will animate some snowing effect but it’s common that hackers tries to trick users into pasting code there that will hack the user instead.
50. This is actually an example of a true random number generator. The first three steps are redundant, as the same result is achieved with just the H gate applied to a |0> qubit.
The color choice of the pie chart; WCAG's Success Criterion 1.4.1, prohibits using color alone to present meaningful content or instructions

1. (CYPRESS) This tool was originally designed to run end-to-end (E2E) tests on anything that runs in a browser - but is now one of the most popular front end testing tools
2. (AUTOMATE) When you have repetative and tideous tasks you would like to avoid doing every day, you usually tend to ____ these tasks
3. (SELENIUM) One of the most popular and most used test automation tool the last years, started in 2004
4. (VAFT) Abbreviation of one of Visma's open source projects that extends Selenium Webdriver, created to make it easier to write and structure automated tests (tips; github VismaOpenSourceOrg)
5. (LEARNING) What is the the one thing a test engineer (or any engineer) can never stop doing? "Never stop ..."
6. (XPATH) Possibly the slowest Web Element Locator
7. (JAVASCRIPT) Most memed and perhaps most loved / hated programming language




It takes 2 flicks of the switch and a portion of time you can't get back. Explanation:Christmas lights convert electricity into light and heat right? So, it doesn't matter which switches you turn on or in what order. Try one and wait 5-10 minutes. This should be enough time to warm up the light bulb if it is on. If it's not that one, the light will be off and cold right? Click the second switch. Wait another 5-10 minutes. Now go and check. If the light is on, great you know it's the second one. If it is off but hot, then you know the first switch was the one that worked. If it's off and cold (assuming it won't lose its "heat" in the time that's passed), then neither of the first two worked and the working switch must be the last, un-flicked, one.


Before the guessing starts each person picks a number from 0 to 19 making sure that no two people picked the same number, so each number from 0 to 19 gets picked by 1 person - for a given person let’s call this number “k”. Then each person assumes that the sum of all numbers in the envolopes (including their own) modulo 20 is equal to “k” - this then will uniquely define the number they will guess.


c.) Waste; c.) The Customer; a.) True; c.) Why, Why, Why, Why and Why; d.) Inventiveness