Happy Superb Owl day! I hope you’ve had a great week so far. I’m taking some PTO this next week with my sister and friends, which I’m really excited about. Anyway, let’s surf!
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I had some really fun conversations this week! I had a talk with Dalia Abo Sheasha and Kelly Hoey about networking (the human kind) that was a total blast (and really valuable). I also had a great Twitter Space talking about shipping personal projects with some cool folks as well! Those kinds of chats totally make my week.
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Last week, I had you implement a word search! Great work Will, Josh, Leyan, Rafael, Ten, Peter, Les, Matt, and Ivana!
This week’s question:
Given a QWERTY keyboard grid and a remote control with arrows and a “select” button, write a function that returns the buttons you have to press to type a certain word. The cursor will always start in the upper left at the letter Q.
$ remoteControl('car') $ 'down, down, right, right, select, left, left, up, select, up, right, right, right, select'
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I tried taking some photos of some farms nearby, but they all turned out a bit grainy.
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and get enough sleep this week!
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