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How To Enable Snap to Install Chromium on Linux Mint 20 (Ulyana)

Before all the politics around the snap Linux package manager, you could easily install the chromium browser among other things by simply typing this below command in a terminal;

The command  above doesn’t work anymore in Linux Mint 20 Ulyana because the Snap package manager has been blocked. The chromium repository package installs an …

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[Fun Builds] – Black Lives Matter Solidarity Banner for WordPress

The past weeks have been tough for most black people around world, especially African Americans, given the racial injustice and systemic racism ongoing in the United States for centuries and recently brought into the limelight once again, due to the unfortunate murder of George Floyd. A lot has happened and everyone is trying to find …

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[Fun Builds] – hooks.dev – A Developer Tool For Testing And Debugging HTTP Requests

Javascript has become the programming language to learn for both front and backend engineering, and even game development. With many powerful frameworks leveraging the growing language, I had some experience with frontend development using Reactjs and the good old jQuery, and became interested in diving into the backend world of JS. The most common environment …

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Algorithms: Adjacent Element Products

Hi there :), our question for today is from code signal, and it’s an easy problem. Given an array of integers, find the pair of adjacent elements that has the largest product and return that product. Example For inputArray = [3, 6, -2, -5, 7, 3], the output should be adjacentElementsProduct(inputArray) = 21. 7 and 3 produce the largest …

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Hi there! I recently started brushing up on my data structures and algorithms, and found out I had forgotten most of what I learned during my computer science university days. I wanted to revise these concepts, which could be helpful in developing optimal solutions. A bit of a background: I am a software engineer and …

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