• concurrency

    While thinking about my move into technology and learning programming, I researched programming languages a lot! One of the major reasons for this was because I looked into concurrency.

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  • hotkeys

    One of the hardest things about being a developer is setting up your developer environment. Installing everything and making sure it works is tough. That’s why I’m going to compeletely bypass that and move to hotkeys.

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  • bias

    Stereotype threat is the topic of this week’s DBC cultural discussion. Stereotype threat is how someone’s performance is affected by stereotypes that they may classify themselves under. The “threat” part is the underperformance due to negative stereotypes, but overperformance from positive stereotypes are possible under stereotype lift.

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  • classes

    An interesting thing about object-oriented programming is that everything is an object and objects inherit characteristics from their parents and pass them on to their children. By organizing a set of objects this way, you can classify similar objects as well.

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  • enums

    Enumerables! it means that you’re able to count something one at a time. they’re sometimes referred as ruby’s most useful module (a bunch of methods packaged together)! arrays and hashes are really powerful, but more so because of they can get mixed in with enumerable methods. this adheres to the dry (“don’t repeat yourself”) principle; once methods are included in enumerable and included in array and hash classes, you can use those methods whenever you use collections (arrays and hashes)!

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