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April 26th, 2022

an edit button may be the most demanded feature on Twitter even though everyone realizes it will not happen for the good.

Many platforms allow editing option on public posts, but the thing common in these platforms is that they are just public forums and the users are nothing but content generators, you can post your views but it won't be considered something you should be held accountable for.

Twitter is different, the users are primary and what they post is secondary, for example, consider Reddit, though there are users who post, very rarely would you have visited their profile to see what else they post, and even if you did, that's pretty much all, you can't really have anything against them as they don't have any identity.

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April 13th, 2022

Clone this repo, git clone https://github.com/theabbie/leetcode_dump

Run yarn to install all required dependencies.

Run yarn leetcode to start the process, it will ask for your leetcode cookie which is required to fetch your submissions, it can be found in your browser storage.

It will ask for the path to save all your code files, enter the path and press Enter.

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April 13th, 2022
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April 5th, 2022

Websites are like a canvas. You have complete freedom to design them the way you want. But unlike a painting, not all people will view your site the way you want.

The internet is huge and old, and devices are getting smaller and more compact. Now you have to adapt your painting for a smaller canvas without losing its beauty.

This is where Responsive Design comes in. Websites can now look just as good on a phone as they do on a big-screen TV. But it wasn't always this way. It took developers years of experimentation to reach this point. And we're still making improvements each day.

In this article, we're going to dive into the history of responsive web design, and see how websites have evolved over time.

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April 5th, 2022

Advent Of Code is a set of coding questions that is organized every year prior to Christmas, there are many platforms to do programming, but Advent Of Code is different, I get the joy of solving a problem and has been by favourite hobby of 2021.

Why I love Advent Of Code?

There is no shortage of platforms where you can practise programming, or even compete with others, they even have problems of all kinds, for beginners to experts, while I do solve those, It has never been fun.

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April 5th, 2022

Quora, the QnA platform which started out as the best knowledge source and time killer, where we would learn something, has changed a lot, something which makes it harder to tolerate. Can you still enjoy Quora?

What is Quora?

Quora is a Question-and-Answer platform, started in 2009, where people could ask anything, and people knowledgeable in that domain could answer them.

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April 5th, 2022

There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding among people about how bitcoin and how the underlying blockchain works, let us try to understand how it works in a layman terms.

A real-world analogy for bitcoins

Suppose there were no banks and transactions had to be done without any central authority, we have a public transaction box (transaction pool) where anyone who wants to send money will write their address, receiver's address and amount on piece of paper and sign it, this sign is actually cryptographic signature and is foolproof, they put this paper in transaction box, this box contains "pending transactions".

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April 5th, 2022

Leetcode is famous for being a perfect platform for practicing coding problems and to master coding interviews, unlike others, it is not for competitive programming, this guide will help you to get started with Leetcode without losing hope too early.

Follow a list

Biggest reason why people don't find DSA interesting is because they are unable to discover good problems which are easier to solve, simply solving popular questions with no track of questions will bore you very quick. Even worse, you might try solving a really hard problem and lose motivation when it wasn't that hard, you just had to get a grip on it. That's why it's absolutely necessary to follow a list of questions, that way you won't have issues discovering new questions.