I hope you had a lovely week! Mine was pretty busy, I started my new job, MCed a conference, and planted some plants at home. Anyway, onwards!
When debugging, your attitude matters
The quest for the perfect dark mode
This was a super busy week for me! It was my first week at Netlify, and it was chock full of onboarding and meetings. The people there have been really fun to work with so far (I even got some of them in a fun video!) and I’m excited to get to know them more and get working on cool things.
Also, this past weekend I MCed the Women of React conference! It was SUCH a fun event. The organizers did a fantastic job getting engaging speakers, perfecting the AV, and making it an incredibly inclusive experience. If you want to hear more about the event (and why everyone who attended is calling React a potato framework now), the hashtag is #WomenOfReact2020, and the talks will be live soon!
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Last week, I had you find the maximum number of points on a line, given the points. Good work Lenz, Jasper, Duncan, Karl, Samy, Dimitris, Ten, Alejandro, Collin, Leyan, Dan, eliykat, and Priyanka!
This week’s question:
Implement a circular queue. If you haven’t used that before, a circular queue is a data structure in which the operations are performed based on the “First In First Out” principle, and the last position is connected back to the first position to make a circle.
Virgil Abloh: How Kanye’s Apprentice Stole His Dream Job
The Inter typeface family
Varmilo VA88M & Walnut
I can’t believe someone broke into my shed and stole my limbo stick.
How low can you go?
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and water your plants. Even the fake ones. Just to mix it up.
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