Also here’s an even better list by someone I don’t know but would be doing you a disservice by failing to include… There’s very little overlap so you should probably read both :
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For More Advanced Readers, or those with very limited free time… here’s an abridged Git Reference.
Git is an example of a distributed version control system (DVCS) commonly used for open source and commercial software development. DVCSs allow full access to every file, branch, and iteration of a project, and allows every user access to a full and self-contained history of all changes. Unlike once popular centralized version control systems, DVCSs like Git don’t need a constant connection to a central repository. Developers can work anywhere and collaborate asynchronously from any time zone.
Without version control, team members are subject…
Curating Complexity: A Guide to Big-O Notation
How does our performance scale?.
‘print() == console.log()’
#is used to make comments in your code.
The foo function does many amazing things that you
should not question. Just accept that it exists and
use it with caution.
Python has a built in help function that let’s you see a description of the source code without having to navigate to it… “-SickNasty … Autor Unknown”
No Decimal Point
Created by a literal non-decimal point number … or … with the
Many developers and aspiring students misinterpret React to be a fully-functional framework. It is because we often compare…
Disclaimer: I know that I did not create this list all on my own… I can’t recall or track down the original list (no… it’s not a github awesome list), I’ve added some links to it but if perchance you are the original author … firstly, thank you for putting it together… and secondly please reach out to me and I will either properly credit you (or take it down if you wish).
thishas changed in ES6?
Stores things in order. Has quick lookups by index.
Also stores things in order. Faster insertions and deletions than
arrays, but slower lookups (you have to “walk down” the whole list).
Like the line outside a busy restaurant. “First come, first served.”
Like a stack of dirty plates in the sink. The first one you take off the
top is the last one you put down.
Good for storing hierarchies. Each node can have “child” nodes.
Everything in the left subtree is smaller than the current node,
everything in the right subtree is larger. …
Most good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun to program.