I hope you've had a great week! Mine last week was somewhat stressful (hence the late newsletter, sorry about that), but we all need a little stress sometimes :)
Web links of the week
The history and legacy of jQuery
Roll Your Own Comment System for a Static Site
The basics of infinite terrain generation for a horizontal endless runner
Something that interested me this week
I'm writing to you from NYC! One of my exciting projects that I'm going to be starting is helping out
with their newsletter. They liked the format of this one (heyo) and want to bring more interesting content (and humor!) to their readers, and I'm super pumped to help out. I think it is going to also be a weekly newsletter, maybe bi-weekly. We'll be dishing up interesting links from around the internet, neat questions from Stack Exchange, and of course, a healthy amount of good humor. :)
Interview question of the week
Last time, I asked you about repeated substrings!
submitted some great answers!
This week's question:
Let's say you have some special bags that can only hold up to 3kgs of weight. Given an array of integers (where each integer is between 1 and 3) that represent weights, determine how many bags you need to carry all of them.
> 3 bags
> 4 bags
> 1 bag
Cool things from around the internet
A Year of Working Remotely
How to Make a Damascus Mini Dagger
Sound Test: Doro67 with Healios
PAN-Cabins Have A Mythological Link To Their Norwegian Surroundings
What did my friend say when they heard me say that I play both World of Warcraft and League of Legends?
That's all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and keep a band-aid with you, just in case.
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