This is what we built. Here is the github commit.
This is a recording of the stream.
Resources and links
Links from this session
- This stream recording
- Next stream on 2/23/2019 at 5PM PST
- Github repository
- Worksheet for next time
- Cracking the coding interview book - Useful for finding Computer Science problems to learn.
- Algorithms book - Useful as a reference manual for algorithms and data structures.
These links apply generally
- YouTube channel
- Twitter account
- Why am I doing this?
- Subreddit for help and questions
- Github account for the stream code
- Topic suggestions
After each stream I’ll put up a page like this one with resources.
This is the work that we planned out in advance for this session.
This is an export of whatever I used the whiteboard for.
This is what I executed on the stream.
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asciinema rec tmux cd workspaces/reddit-coding-exp-0_take2/ git status git fetch gs git rebase gs cd w cd workspaces/reddit-coding-exp-0_take2/ bash vim ~/.bashrc vim ~/.config/fish/config.fish which node node --version npm start cd workspaces/reddit-coding-exp-0_take2/ npm start code . git status git add -p gs git commit -m 'Added completed state' git status git push git status git add -A gs git commit -v git status git push git status
Feel free to recommend or suggest a topic that you’re interested in or that you think would be useful. It can be anything, it doesn’t have to be related to what we’ve done so far.
See the worksheet for the plans for next time. I’ll have it updated before the next stream.