Hi there🤘 So I feel like sharing some tips I think they could be helpful for other developers.
☝️So instead of doing some action on the holder, it is better to pass the action with a listener defined on the activity to delegate this behavior. .
✅ Good for a decoupling app.
Acer has announced a new gaming powerhouse today with the Helios 500, which is a bigger, more powerful version of the Helios 300 model it released last year. It bumps the screen size up to 17.3-inches and includes options for even more powerful graphics cards and processors.
The Helios 500 has the choice of either a 4K or 1080p 144Hz display (both with Nvidia G-Sync), and it can be configured with up to an Intel Core i9+ 8950HK processor, GTX 1070 GPU with 8GB of memory, and 64GB of RAM for the top-of-the-line model. Like Acer’s other gaming laptops, the Helios 500 uses the company’s “Dual AeroBlade 3D fans” for what it claims to be improved cooling. And, of course, there’s plenty of LED lighting built in.
Acer also teased a new Predator X line for the future, with products that will harness Intel’s commercial-grade Xeon processors for gaming, although there weren’t any actual products announced that will use the processors yet.
Also announced is a special edition update of the 15.6-inch Helios 300 model, with a new 144Hz 1080p display, an updated eighth-generation Core i7+ processor, Nvidia GTX 1060 GPU, and Acer’s Dual AeroBlade 3D cooling system in a new white-and-gold color scheme.
Alan Mathison Turing, was an English computer scientist, mathematician, cryptanalyst, logician, philosopher and theoretical biologist. In 1936, in his seminal paper, he proved that not everything is decidable and that undecidability will always exist i.e. there cannot be any universal algorithm to determine the truth in mathematics and that it will have undecidability. This seminal paper, also introduced Turing Machine, which can be considered as a model of a general purpose computer. Alan Turing is widely considered to be the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence. #kalingadDotCom
A typical mini-PC combines subtlety and dinkiness so that it blends into your living room or can be entirely hidden our of sight - perhaps even mounted onto the back of your telly.
Not so the Zotac Zbox Sphere, which packs small laptop-style components into an ominous black orb that brings to mind the equally striking and ultimately ill-fated Google Nexus Q of 2012 fame.
Is the Zbox sphere a similar balls-up? Heck no. But its novelty could still be just skin-deep.
Power it up and the cannonball becomes a cyber-cannonball, with a glowing blue light bisecting it. If that’s all a bit too Tron for you (“too Tron” isn’t really a thing, is it?) the light can be switched off from within the system BIOS.
You can easily access the components by twisting the top of the sphere off, which is a little like that scene at the end of Hannibal, but far less uncomfortable. Zotac has built the Sphere with upgrades in mind, and it's really easy to take it to bits and add memory or a hard drive.
Why not talk about transitions today? 🧘🏻♀️ We all know how it is in our industry , if you cant keep up you`re out... 💁🏻♀️ Last year i thought that runing on just coffee and minimum sleep will help me to do more - learn more ,even if that means to neglect my health. 🧟♀️ Well that didnt quite hit the mark...but the opposite i became tired , cranky and very unproductive... Until i decided that its about time to face the reality and do something about it - learn to take care of myself and let me be the best version I can. 👑 For the past few months i did just that , learned a lot - what is best for my body and what can help me to be more productive in my day to day tasks. Changed my food 🥦, changed my sleep 😴, changed me 😊 In our language i had to fix some bugs so i can be ready for a new release , code.it 2.0...
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Hello, I decide to try this method of problem solving, let me know if you agree or have a better way I’m curious to know.
I treat problem solving like a series of ‘branches’ to investigate. The moment your code doesn’t work the way you intended, immediately a list of possible solutions pop into your mind. Like ‘oh maybe I made a syntax error.’ However, one you’ve gone through your mental list and it’s still not working the way you intended it to, I call that a dead end. 👀
In Walter Isaacson’s biography of Albert Einstein, Einstein states that he only allowed himself 30 minutes of working through a dead end. If he didn’t find a solution by then, he’d leave this physics work and play the violin or take a walk. He would get this mind completely away from physics for 5-10 minutes. Then, once he’d return to his work he’d grasp a solution seemingly out of thin air.
What about you? Have you try this? How do you approach troubleshooting?
146 / 365 Last night I realized the @thecodingsultan challenge. It allowed me to redo CSS. Rather cool as a challenge. It took me about 2 hours to complete the page. It was a while that I didn't do CSS 😄
If you wish to do so, go to the last post of @thecodingsultan 😄
Today I continued to work my oral. I also started to develop my LinkedIn account 👌🏻
Do you plan to challenge yourself? Do you have a good Saturday? 🌞
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Finished my first react app today. It is a youtube search application. I still don’t fully understand about react and will continue the course then build my own application on react. So far building application based on react is a fun thing to do and i really love how fast it is eventho it can get confusing sometimes.
What are you working on today? 🤟🏻
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Happy Friday! Have a great weekend 🙂
I’m currently *trying* to create a Redux tutorial 😂 if all goes well, it’ll be on my YouTube channel on Monday.
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Topic of the day: 📋
Which one is your favorite? And why?
As you may know…I’m in love with Angular!☺️
But I did an intro on Vue.js the other day and I have to admit that it’s quite nice. I definitely need to dive more deeply into this subject.👩🏻💻
You really need to check out @carmencodes_ latest posts as well!
She compares Angular & React and Angular, Vue.js & React and did a great job!👍🏼
📷 by @dhanishgajjar: "How long will it take me to learn everything and become a Full Stack Developer? or I am 19 years old and I think I’ve lost so much time, I will never become a good developer or I am 22 years old and I think I’ve missed my chance.
The answer to that is very simple. You will never feel like you’ve become a developer, ever.
Let me say it differently, you will never feel like you’ve mastered it all.
If someone tells you anything otherwise, they are lying to you, and they are only saying that to sell you something.
Be aware of people who call themselves ‘prodigies ’. We don’t have a shortage of self-proclaimed celebrities on social media. Don’t fall for that. You are not that dumb.
The best time to start learning to become a developer is the time when you decide, this is what I want to do for the rest of my life. You can be 10 or 60 years old, it does not matter.
After a year you’ll have enough knowledge and information to decide, if you want to be a front-end developer or a full stack developer, or if you want to learn game development and spend your time building games.
I think many new developers think that the senior developers know it all and they have mastered everything. The truth is that they are just good at reading documentation :)
But because they have spent so many years mastering their basics, they understand how the programming concepts work, that’s why learning a new framework or a language is much faster for them.
You can reach that level too, but you have to stop worrying about how long will it take you to get there and just start right now."