We learn all about JAMstack in real-time as Michael lowers the bar with new jokes, Allen submits a pull request, and Joe still owes us a tattoo.
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What are arrays?
In the standard definition of Array data structures in Computer Science, arrays are a collection of like elements where any member may be accessed by an index. That definition doesn’t sound very different from an Hash Table or it’s ilk, but the key distinctions here are that the elements of the array must take up the same size in memory, and that the array indexes need to be numeric so that the logical address of any individual element can be derived from that number.
We begin our journey into data structures by taking a deep dive into primitives while Allen makes Michael blush and Joe crashes his browser.
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Joe’s voice sounds funny, Allen has a theme, and Michael pours one out for Media Play as Michael’s and Allen’s impersonation of Joe is on point (#NailedIt).
While not pair-programming in the traditional sense (as I pretty much knew nothing about React,) Zac was a great sport about the whole thing and I’m really happy with how the series turned out.
I’ve tried to procedurally generate music from scratch a few times in other languages over the years, but since this is a “couch project” I spent a couple minutes searching for NPM libraries and settled on ScribbleTune.
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