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🔥🔥🔥 The #1 Recursion (Syntax) Twitter Thread

This thread will demonstrate an easy way to write recursive functions

The recursion will so be compared to a for loop for familiarity

Tail Calls and Performance discussed later, Syntax Only!

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#javascript
Step 1: Create your iteration variable(s)

In recursion, it can be easier to set a default value. Pass `i` again when calling `loop` on the `return` line

#javascript #code #dev #es6
Step 2: Add a break condition

Like a for loop, add the break before you write your code. This will prevent infinite looping.

Notice how the for loop is a "continue" and the recursion uses a "break". That means the condition must be flipped for recursion

#javascript #nodejs
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1/ The Phoenix Project #ebook is *free* today (Dec 19) on @amazon & other bookseller sites.

If there’s someone you think should read it, now’s your chance. Retweet + tag your friends, colleagues, bosses.

Link: itrevolution.com/free-the-phoen…

(A Thread) @RealGeneKim @kevinbehr @gspaff
2/ PS: The Phoenix Project ebook should be free for 24 hours across all ebook platforms (Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, B&N Nook, etc…)

Keep reading for book & #DevOps history.
3/ Since 2013, The Phoenix Project has sold over 500,000 copies, and is constantly given by consultants as gifts to clients, by managers as training to employees, and by co-workers to peers as an example of a new way of working.

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The secret source for delivering value in form of software at (enterprise) scale? Option 1: the Thanos Method (get rid of most people) - Not recommended but effective for sure.
Option 2: create and maintain an immune system made of strong engineering culture (includes #ethics!!) AND platform thinking (for synergy effects & North Star). This is the option I do consulting at: Strategic Software Delivery. #devrel #dev #experience #SoftwareEngineering
The immune system is a passive force to allow customer centric thinking, allow experiments on all levels. It frees up busy minds and let’s you focus on delivering value to customers. Because it is a passive system, it is easy to overlook, but it makes all the difference.
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So I had my first #Police vs #Dev Encounter today.

Stepped out of School to run an errand and on my way back I was stopped.

We had the regular back and forth on whether I was doing "work" as they called it.

Questioned me about my phones and laptop also

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Showed them my school ID which had Computer Sciences boldly written on it and I told them I needed a laptop for my school activities.

They searched me, searched inside my trousers, hoodie, shirt and bag.

They then began questioning me about homosexuality and cultism 😭😂

2/11
Next thing, they wanted to search my phones and PC. I opened them all for them to search.

Well I use Linux so they couldn't operate my PC, they also couldn't operate my Pixel because the pixel doesn't have the regular back and minimize buttons like the regular Android.

3/11
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Okay, so let me talk about Mario for a minute here. I realize there's a difference between the American and Japanese understanding of the character and there always has been, but Mario was originally presented as a blue collar worker. 1/?
Yes, there's the plumber thing, but he was also a construction worker in Wrecking Crew and I guess a carpenter in Donkey Kong. Very blue collar. He started making cameos in other games, but it was like, a boxing ref. 2/?
It's the original Mario Bros. that cast him as a plumber but I guess he was an Evil Animal Trainer in Donkey Kong Jr.? I dunno if Animal Trainer is as "salt of the earth" as being a construction worker, but it's no office job. 3/?
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Question for #dev community: I have a Github account with many cloned Cambridge Analytica / AggregateIQ / SCL / etc relevant repositories (none of which include the AIQ Git*L*ab repo data). The intent is to preserve GH repos which are/were published publicly by the originators.
That international-investigation-relevant account has been flagged by Github and been made "hidden" from public view. Their reason is that I have a 2nd Github account (tied to my employment [which I believe should remain separate]) and Github only allows one account per person.
Here's the question: Given the situation, am I stuck with Github's decision to hide the preservation account from public view? Does anyone have experience appealing this designation? Github is, most likely unknowingly, censoring a resource that could help many investigations.
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When you have two systems that need to communicate, the default for 90+% of companies is to use a shared database. (thread) #dev #programming #architecture #softwarearchitecture
Most never move off of this model, but it has disadvantages that go along with the ease of sharing data. Applications lack encapsulation and cannot adapt their data designs to suit their unique requirements.
Usually the next approach is to treat applications just like components, with exposed public APIs. However, this can result in increased down time since direct API communication between applications means if any is down, the whole thing is down.
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A J-14 du #hackinghealth, quels défi de #santé allez-vous relever ? Passage en revue de notre sparkboard 2017 :
Familien - comment mieux accompagner les familles lors d'une #hospitalisation ? hhlyon2017.sparkboard.com/project/59ba78…
Un outil numérique serait-il pertinent pour maintenir le lien entre enfant et patient même si les visites sont impossibles ou rares ?
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En un thread on va vous convaincre de choisir ce #workshop à Rhône 1 au #BlendWebMix demain 11h :
D'abord, vous le savez : la #santé est un domaine porteur. Et on ne parle pas seulement des #feelgood books
1% des milliards de requêtes quotidiennes sur Google comportent un symptôme médical 1001startups.fr/startup-tendan…
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Qui participe au #hackinghealth ? Un #thread sur les profils pour vous aider à trouver votre place dans une équipe weezevent.com/hacking-health…
Vous êtes #dev : #web développeur/se, informaticien.ne, expert.e TIC...
et vous voulez hacker la santé 🏴‍☠️
Vous êtes #designer : expert.e #innovation par les usages, ergonome, créatif... Vous aidez l'appropriation d'un service ou d'un produit 😍
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Pourquoi vous pouvez accompagner votre grand-mère au #HHCafe de jeudi à @lacitedudesign [mini #thread]
D'abord parce qu'il sera animé par Alexandre Pennaneac'h de @CiteLupi qui vous initiera au #brainstorming
Ensuite parce qu'on parlera d'un sujet qui nous menace de plus en plus : #arthrose
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