Hello my friends!
Phew, another week has raced by and we're still on the internet. Let's talk about it!
Web links of the week
Apollo Client, now with React Hooks
Program your own WYSIWYG editor – in 10 minutes!
Build your own unbeatable Tic Tac Toe with React Hooks and Styled Components
Getting Started Optimizing a React Native App
Something that interested me this week
I've started doing something over the past few weeks that is incredibly uncharacteristic of me: I've been going to the gym!
For real though, I haven't regularly worked out... ever? With the exception of gym classes in school. It's been tough, this is week 3 of it, and I'm definitely still getting used to the routine. My husband and my friend have been great as both workout and accountability buddies. We've been going before work every other day, and even after just a few weeks, it's really made a solid difference! I can tell that my posture is better, I'm stronger, and I'm also just better at drinking water and eating well. It's really, really hard to get into this routine and stick with it, but I'm getting more and more motivated as we go.
Anyway, the reason why I bring this up is: If you aren't sure about doing the gym thing, all I can say is that if I can do it,
can. Get started!!
Interview question of the week
Last week I had you look into train schedules and determining a number of train tracks based on that schedule. Stuart
had a great answer
This week's question:
Given three numbers that represent lengths of sides of a triangle, determine if the triangle is valid or not.
> validTriangle(60, 80, 40)
> validTriangle(5, 5, 50)
Cool things from around the internet
Seattle Summer Keyboard Meetup 2019 Pics
The redesign of popular city-building board game, Suburbia
What the Game Boy Means to Me, 30 Years Later
I called in to work and I said "I can't come in today, I have a wee cough."
My boss answered, "You have a wee cough?"
And I replied, "Wow, thanks boss, see you next Wednesday!"
That's all for now folks, have a great rest of your week! Be safe, make good choices, and support artists.