Woo… That was a long title… In the spirit of time management, you can skip to the end of this article.(Grammarly also isn't working, so… the errors are probably there)

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“Depending on what they are, our habits will either make us or break us. We become what we repeatedly do.” ―Sean Covey

So you do it all, you workout daily, read, meditate, listen to the latest TEDx thought leader discussing how to be a better you… And yet, you're still groggy, depressed, and trapped on the hamster wheel seemingly getting nowhere. …


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Objects and Classes, the building blocks of all things programming. Today I'm going to cover a few Scala concepts at a moderately high level. (I’m here learning with you guys) We will be going over

  • Singleton Objects.
  • Companion Classes.
  • Abstract Classes.
  • Case Classes.
  • the “apply” method.

This will, if all…


Scala is a modern programming language written by Martain Odersky.

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Alright so what is Scala, scala, like I said above, is a modern programming language, it has some pretty cool features too, for one, and we will go deeper into everything momentarily, everything in Scala is either an object…


First off, welcome to Scala for simpletons, I'm not sure I will be able to write everything in a way that even I would be able to understand, but we will see. This is the first of a series of articles I will be putting out to help solidify my…


OK, in this article we're gonna be going over both Query languages (declarative and imperative). We will also be going over graph-like data models this is a continuation of chapter 2 part one where I went over both relational and document data models.

There are two main languages or language…


So first off I'm writing this with dictation on my Mac so I don't have to write manually, and I can just word vomit after sections. There might be some weird grammatical errors I will do my best to check. …


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Alright, so this is article one in a series of articles I will be writing to concentrate my understanding of “Designing Data-Intensive Applications” by Martin Kleppmann; as well as have articles to look back on to measure improvement.

I highly recommend reading this book and I hope these bring someone…


“The container with the most water” is a LeetCode favorite. Your job is to write a function that takes in an array of numbers and returns the max area of water that could fill a container defined by the “heights” which represent the height of walls; if you're not following…

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