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Baffle.js — bewilder that text!

Baffle.js — bewilder that text!Let’s reveal and shock 😲https://medium.com/media/021a0fd3834ec628653f3e621f40a555/hrefAlrighty then. If this year’s gonna be like that then let it be. After writing down my thoughts to the inhuman text library BlotterJS previously, I found another weird JavaScript library at the start of this year. This time it’s more about revealing the text rather than making it dance for no reason. And yes, as always it’ll be super cool. 😉What will I make?This:How about that?What is this man?Baffle.js is a really small…

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Containerisation 101

Have you ever had this happen to you? You are making an application or just using a program and you want to consult your friend about it. You try the exact same thing on their laptop and everything breaks. Well, what gives?The “It works on my machine but not yours” problem has been around since the invention of computers. The reasons for are numerous and usually very hard to track down. It could be anything…

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Lost Ark of source code

Do you sometimes miss source code from your previous projects? Or have you lost some code for hardware failure or other reason? It’s all in the Lost Ark of source code.“grey door surrounded by brown tree trunk” by Florian Hahn on UnsplashI started my career at Nokia Mobile Phones as junior developer working with low level graphics rendering components. It was very fun and educating time and I am still grateful for working with such great…

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Kotlin bytes

In this series, I will list down some small sized kotlin samples that turned out to be interesting while I was writing a program in kotlin…Continue reading on Medium » "Kotlin bytes" Posted first on " Android on Medium " Author: Sathvik Parekodi

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Esoteric Programming Language

Are you hard core programmer or a hacker? Do you want to test your limits? Try esoteric programs. Now for the one who don’t know the term…Continue reading on Medium » "Esoteric Programming Language" Posted first on " Programming on Medium " Author: Foram Adeshara

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Why the 100 Days of Code Challenge is Not Only for Beginners

100 Days of Code is a challenge only with two main rules to follow:Code minimum an hour every day for the next 100 days.Tweet your progress every day with the #100DaysOfCode hashtag.There are several reasons why this challenge is extremely powerful!The Power of HabitsFor starters if you do something for a certain amount of days, you will begin creating a new habit… No news here!According to James Clear, on average, it takes more than 2 months before a…

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Day 9 / Hold On

liner notes:Professional: At our stand up, got some information that basically puts the work I was doing on hold. So for most of the day I worked on understanding and building things with Ionic and Stencil. My coworker also showed me a pretty cool backend stuff.Personal: Made some pretty good progress on my side project for the radio station (not as much as I would like, haha). Also, I got a lot done for this…

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What I Learned on #100DaysOfCode

Photo by Hack Capital on UnsplashWhen I first heard about the 100 days of code challenge, I wasn’t really interested in it, I was already active at studying coding and I used to study every day, I’ve always been consistent on my learning journey.But I saw so many people talking about it that I thought maybe I should give it a try. 2018 was only beginning, and it was a good time to start something new.…

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A Tale of Two Servers

I’ve had a handful of goals for many years. Learning to write code, develop stuff, and set-up and run a home server are a few.I’m good at design, and I’m pretty damn comfortable in the realm of current web-development, but I wanted to write intricate code, with more moving parts, not just websites with pretty HTML, CSS, and maybe a bit of Java.It seemed fairly self-evident that having my own server on hand would equip me…

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Dynamic Libraries

What are libraries?Libraries are a way of condensing code into smaller units. Instead of having multiple files, we can have one single file that contains multiple object files. The way it works is when a C file is compiled, part of the compilation process is the linking phase. During this phase, functions used within the program are checked in a library to see if the code exists or not. There are two types of…

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Coding The Future ft. Quincy Larson

‘Coding The Future’ is a feature taken from Volume 3 of 99 Percent Lifestyle.We are currently living in a digital world. Communication has never been easier and with every passing year, technology is advancing at an exponential rate. Generally speaking, machines aren’t very smart — we use the language of code to tell computers what to do. Anything from a Google search to a bank transfer is using software that is designed and maintained by coders.It’s clear…

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Also for the second solution of question 4.

Also for the second solution of question 4. Consider using the for…of iterator over the function array. A simpler solution:async function sequentialExecutor(arr) { const resArr = [] for (const func of arr) { const res = await func() resArr.push(res) } return resArr}https://gist.github.com/aidanbon/1c83a73d547d84c045e2343a4a4ea575 "Also for the second solution of question 4." Posted first on " Programming on Medium " Author: Francis Au-Yeung

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What is my VSCode setup and how it help to enhance productivity

No matter whether you are a code newbie or a seasoned developer, code editor is an imperative part of your work. The problem, especially if you are a beginner, is that there are tons of choices for IDE and many of them share similar features, functionalities and even UI. As a result, choosing the right IDE might actually take more time and efforts that you’ve thought. If your question right now is: “which code…

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