I hope your week was a good one! Mine was fairly busy with housework, but no complaints about that. Let’s goooo!
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What happens when you press a key in your terminal?
Incomplete List of Mistakes in the Design of CSS
css-browser-support: Query for CSS browser support data
This week was a week of catching up on some projects that I’ve been putting off for a while. I didn’t actually finish any of them, BUT the fact that I’ve had progress is really motivating for me!
Also, I started reading Deep Work by Cal Newport, which has been interesting. I admit I was skeptical about it at first (I figured it would be just, “stop being distracted, Cassidy, you don’t need to scroll Twitter so much, the end,” which is… partially accurate), but it’s been interesting to think about how we view work as a society and how we should change our mindsets around it. Not sure if I’ll recommend it to everyone yet (it’s… almost entirely men-focused examples, and it definitely comes from a privileged perspective), but it helped motivate some of my project work this week, so I’ll take it.
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Last week, I had you hide email addresses. Great job Aodhan, Phil, Jesper, Nicole, Philip, Pranav, Robin, Saad, Jagadish, Ten, Jack, Kelvin, Miguel, Leyan, Amine, Connor, Joel, Divyansh, Andrew, Les, Don, Constant, Brett, Ivana, and Hristiyan!
This week’s question:
Given two arrays
B, return the indices at which the two arrays intersect. If the two arrays have no intersection at all, return
null. Extra credit: how would you change your code if they were linked lists instead of arrays, if the input were the two head nodes, and you returned the intersection node?
let listA = [1,4,5,6] let listB = [2,3,4,5,6] > findIntersection(listA, listB) > [1, 2]
(see this diagram if it helps you visualize it)
I Regret My $46k Website Redesign
Do single-use plastic bans work?
PK x BIOI Command 65 with SA Chocolatier
Agile and the Long Crisis of Software
What do you call a Dragon that failed medical school?
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and do that thing you care about!
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