I’m so happy to be in your inbox today! It is this newsletter’s 5th year anniversary!! It’s kind of mind-blowing to me that it’s been this long, and I’m so grateful for all of you here. Let’s keep it going (also there are free things below, keep scrolling)!
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Those HTML Attributes You Never Use
Creating Realistic Art with CSS
Next.js Blog Template
React v18 is released
Heckity heck heck, the fact that this is the FIFTH year anniversary of this newsletter kind of blows my mind. This has been a project that really grew beyond what I ever expected for it, and I’m grateful to you for reading it!
For those who have been around for a while, you know that I love doing raffle giveaways every year! We have some AWESOME folks who have offered up prizes for you!
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If you’d like to enter in the raffle for all the great prizes here (huge thanks to all the folks who are offering them!), please fill out this form by Thursday at noon, Central Time to get an entry!
Once again: Thank you so much for being here. It makes my day to see tweets and replies and messages from people that enjoy reading this, and seeing you share it with others.
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Last week, I had you find the number of items in a closed compartment. Awesome job Gabor, Thillai, Leyan, Ten, Rafael, Adam, Joel, Giancarlo, Will, Dan, Andrew, Gülşah, Les, Don, Claude, Jonathan, and Ivana!
This week’s question is brought to you by Stytch!
Given two strings n and m, return true if they are equal when both are entered into text editors. But: a
# means a backspace character (deleting backwards), and a
% means a delete character (deleting forwards).
> equalWithDeletions("a##x", "#a#x") > true // both strings become "x" > equalWithDeletions("fi##f%%%th %%year #time###", "fifth year time") > false // the first string becomes "fart"
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Think in Colour
Pink Floyd, a flamingo on the lam from a Kansas zoo since 2005, is seen again in Texas
h40io/Amano keyboard with GMK Evil Dolch
The Weird, Wonderful History of Fairground Photography
I switched to tech from a career in archaeology… because I heard my job would be in ruins.
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and thank you again for being here!
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