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The Dunning-Kruger effect is a cognitive bias that refers to the tendency of individuals with low ability or knowledge in a particular area to overestimate their competence, while those with high ability or knowledge may underestimate their competence. In simpler terms, it suggests that people who are incompetent in a certain domain often lack the self-awareness to recognize their incompetence and mistakenly believe they are more skilled than they truly are.


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Imposter Syndrome in History

Imposter syndrome is a psychological phenomenon characterized by persistent feelings of self-doubt, inadequacy, and the fear of being exposed as a fraud, despite evidence of one's accomplishments and abilities. While it is challenging to evaluate the specific impact of imposter syndrome on historical figures, it is possible to explore how some of the greatest minds in history have expressed similar experiences and self-doubt. Here are a few examples:

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Vector Double Ended Queue

Imagine you have a bunch of toy cars that you want to play with. You can't play with all of them at once, so you need to put some of them away and take them out later. You also want to make sure you can quickly grab the first car you put away when you want to play with it again.

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Atomically Reference Counted

Atomically reference counted, or ARC for short, is a way of managing memory in computer programs.

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rexmit is now in GA!

rexmit retransmits live audio to Discord voice channels

Steven Confessore
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How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love JavaScript

I made fun of JavaScript. It was not a language to me. It was an inferior abomination and I decided I wanted nothing to do with it. Silly me.

Steven Confessore
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Hexadecimal is a number system that uses 16 symbols to represent values, instead of the 10 symbols used in decimal (base-10) system. In hexadecimal, the symbols used are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, where each symbol represents a specific value. For example, in decimal the number 10 is represented as 10, whereas in hexadecimal it is represented as A.

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