Hello my friends!
I hope you all had a wonderful week (and long weekend if you had one)! I was sick this week, but luckily I've mostly recovered and have been coding up a storm in the meantime! Let's boogie.
Web links of the week
The Horrifically Dystopian World of Software Engineering Interviews
Guide to CSS Units for Relative Spacing
How to Declare Your Love Like a Programmer ❤️
To Understand Concurrent React, Look Outside React
Something that interested me this week
This week, because I was fighting off a pretty bad cold, I admit I didn't get to do a lot on my projects. But, I did start a new anime (or rather, new to me, it's a pretty old one) called Hikaru no Go.
I haven't seen a ton of it yet, but it's about playing the game go (note my Kickstarter below), and so far I'm really enjoying the story and seeing the realistic games!
That being said,
my Kickstarter project is still live
! It's fully funded (woo hoo!) and I am so grateful for any and all support! If you'd like to join in, you still have time (about 2 weeks until it finishes up).
Interview question of the week
Last week I had you find out if a point was in a triangle. Good work
This week's question:
Build a typing speed test/game.
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Thank you so much
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I personally am using their Crash Reporting on some personal projects, and I've already fixed several bugs that I would normally have missed.
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Cool things from around the internet
Matrix Lab Noah keyboard with GMK Striker
95%-ile isn't that good
Apple's new map
I was named after my mom.
I couldn't possibly have been named before her!
That's all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and listen to some music you love.
Special thanks to
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and this newsletter!