I hope you had a great week! Mine was busy and this weekend went WAY too fast. I did finish recording an online class on Scrimba that’s due to be released either this week or next, though…
Understand Memoization in 5 Minutes
Improving HTTP with structured header fields
This past week I did some livestreaming (for the first time in a while) over at cassidoo.live! It was a fun time overall with a few hiccups (I ran into some technical issues that I’m working to fix), but I’m hoping to stream more regularly now that I have a decent setup going. This week, the plan is to have a Q&A with the React Core team on Thursday! I’ll be tweeting about it. :)
I also was on the Stack Overflow podcast, if you’d like to tune in! I’ll be recording with them again soon, so I’ll be seeing y’all on the airwaves.
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Last week, I had you find a list of medians of subarrays in an array. It was a toughie, great work Gabor, Louis, Kamal, Dani, Jasper, Roman, Matt, Jaime, and Ten!
This week’s question:
Given string S, print the longest subsequence from S that contains alternating vowels and consonants. If multiple such subsequences exist having the same length, print the subsequence with the maximum sum of ASCII values of its characters.
A Short History of the Cooper Black Typeface
Drawing on Walls: An Wondrous Illustrated Homage to Keith Haring, His Irrepressible Art of Hope, and His Beautiful Bond with Children
MHKB e-series wth GMK Oblivion
“Hey Dad! Have you seen my sunglasses?”
“No son, have you seen my dadglasses?”
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and keep learning.
Special thanks to Gabor, Stephen, Louis, and Tom for supporting my Patreon and this newsletter!
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