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Solving a Common Interview Question: the Two Sum Algorithm in JavaScript

Imagine you’re at a lively party, and everyone is carrying a specific number on their back. The host announces a game – find two people whose numbers add up to the magic number, and you win a prize!

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Remove Duplicates from Arrays and Strings in JavaScript

Removing duplicates is a common problem in programming that can arise in various contexts, such as cleaning up data or ensuring unique entries.

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Unveiling the Fascination of the Collatz Conjecture: Exploring Sequence Creation with JavaScript

The Collatz Conjecture, also known as the 3x+1 problem, is a fascinating mathematical puzzle that has intrigued mathematicians for decades. It has sparked publications with titles such as The Simplest Math Problem Could Be Unsolvable, or The Simple Math Problem We Still Can’t Solve because it is, indeed, rather simple-looking.

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The Art of Data Visualization: Exploring D3.js

Data is everywhere, flowing into our applications from various sources at an unprecedented rate. However, raw data alone holds little value unless it can be transformed into meaningful insights.

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JavaScript’s Secret Weapon: Supercharge Your Web Apps with Web Workers

During an interview, I was asked how we could make JavaScript multi-threaded. I was stumped, and admitted I didn’t know… JavaScript is a single-threaded language.

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Creating a NodeJS Budgeting Tool

In this article, we’re going to show you how to read and write to a .txt file using NodeJS by creating a small budgeting CLI (Command Line Interface).

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