I hope you had a good week! I apologize for being a little late on this issue. I fell asleep writing it last night after binge-watching the last of Avatar: The Last Airbender. It was such a fun show, I hadn’t watched it straight through before! Anyway, let’s goooo!
50 Developer tools to make your life a little easier
3D Book Image CSS Generator
Thread on accepting and translating feedback
This past week was a busy one, we moved to a new apartment! Moving in a pandemic is weird. The folks on my livestream last week got to witness my new desk setup, which is still temporary, but we’ll get there!
This week’s sponsor is Flossbank!
I personally started trying out Flossbank after their launch a couple weeks ago and so far I’ve been liking it. It’s an opt-in tool for supporting open source by adding an advertisement in your terminal while you npm install.
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Thanks Flossbank for sponsoring and supporting open source!
Last week, I had you return valid IPv4 addresses based on a string. Nice work Wade, Sophie, Stuart, James, Alberto, Melody, and Ten!
This week’s question:
Sort an array of strings based on the number of distinct characters that occur in the word (followed by the length of the word).
$ charNumSort([“Bananas”, “do”, “not”, “grow”, “in”, “Mississippi”])
$ do in not Mississippi Bananas grow
The Impact of Toxic Influencers on Communities
Learn to solve the 2x2x2 Rubik’s Cube
Why Is America Stuck with Bad Headlights?
How much does first parameter of a shell script cost?
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and meet your deadlines!
Special thanks to Gabor, Stephen, and Louis for supporting my Patreon and this newsletter!
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