I hope you had a lovely week. I was pretty busy, but productive. Let’s boogie!
Don’t Copy Paste Into A Shell
How ZDF created a video PWA with offline and dark mode
World’s Smallest Office Suite
This past week I spoke at Pluralsight LIVE, alongside some awesome speakers like Angie Jones and Chloe Condon! It’s free, if you’d like to check out the on-demand videos now.
I also signed on to be an Advisor for Polywork! It’s a professional networking site with a more holistic approach than LinkedIn. I’m really excited to help out there. This is separate from my day job at Netlify, and my first ever official advisory gig! I really enjoy the product so far, and it has some impressive people involved.
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Last week, I had you make a basic Lisp parser! I thought this one was really fun, well done Roman, Rizwan, Wildu, Axel, Jay, Jaime, David, Mustafa, Leslie, Mike, William, Paul, Pozorvlak, Jonathan, Leyan, Rafael, Jeff, Jakob, and Ten!
This week’s question (another similar parser but a liiiittle trickier):
Given a string that is an HTML-like code snippet, return whether or not the tags are valid.
$ htmlValidator('<tag>I love coding <Component />!</tag>')
'<tag>I love coding <Component />!</tag>'
Cybervoyager with SP Banana
Doing Old Things Better Vs. Doing Brand New Things
How to make a Paper Star
My favorite word is “bargain”. It means a great deal to me.
That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and back up your files!
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