You're in a situation where you are asked to write a very important and critical code choose five soloearners you wouldn't hesitate to pick so they can write the code with you and state why you want them Note:I'm not asking you to pick the best coders on sololearn,ypur strategic partner should be someone who can write code in your language. E.g Sir Hatsey Rei is a very good coder,but he cannot be my code partner cos I wouldn't be of no help to him at c++ and neither would he impact me at web
3/29/2018 7:59:33 AM᠌᠌Brains[Abidemi]
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hmm interesting one... I would go with: Ace, Kuba Siekierzyński, @Hatsy Rei, @Kirk Schafer, , seen those guys codes, believe me if they want to they can write magic in any language
There are a number of people who have earned my respect for their coding ability. Probably tons more that could if I were to see their code. However, it doesn't matter to me who I work with. I'd roll the dice and program with the first five to get 12 for their roll. If you can't program, I'd teach you. If you can, even better.
I'd say Burey and Krishna for their experience w/h non-relational DBs, just them... it's enough to build the Facebook infrastructure in no time lol.
Truth be told... it's really difficult to know who is good and who isn't based on just the Code Playground samples. Sure... it's a good start. But, Code Playground is so limited for differentiating strong coding experience from dabbling with some creative little project. I'm not doubting the names selected so far. I just want to make sure many of the new developers understand how Code Playground alone is not a good guage for experience.
mine partners will be...... Nelson Lobo Jax bobbie Jaydeep Khatri David Carroll i will love to code with this guys in a team 😎😎😎 i have good coordination with this guys.
🌞Brains Are you a cuber? I'm actually trying to build a Rubik's Cube for play in Unity3D.
Chris the funny thing is, there's already a thread on Rubik's cubes 😏 https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/212066/?ref=app
Mine would be: 1:Burey I think of him as the firebase lord 2: Morpheus very talented at js canvas 3:Haris Also good at js canvas 4:wasp will be helpful for an Svg emergency 5:Jonathan pizzara very good use of all three web languages
Interesting question. Off the top of my head in no particular order: David Carroll, Hatsy Rei, Jamie, John Wells, ValentinHacker I would be comfortable working with a quite a number of people here actually, as I respect your work and your character
When I first started learning Rubik's using the standard algorithms, it would take me between 2 and 5 minutes depending on the scramble. Once you start practicing CFOP algorithms to muscle memory, you really pick up speed. CFOP stands for Cross+F2L+OLL+PLL. There are a set of algorithms for each of the 4 phases. BTW: This guy (in his Day 1 video) is a bit faster than I was a year ago. But, it still looked similar when I would do my solves: https://medium.com/the-mission/my-month-long-quest-to-solve-a-rubiks-cube-in-under-20-seconds-2b2204282575
Please partner with me if it’s Python or Java or web :D
There are many great coders here and I only know few ones by their names. John Wells is probably the most experienced, so if there's an important and critical code, he'd be my first choice. I also know David Carroll from the SL Discord and he seems like a cool guy to work with.
WASP BUREY KRISHNA NIKOLAY NIKI
for me :- if I talk in web then (Wasp) brilliant in SVG (Brains) nice performance in animations (Morpheus ) multitalented in js If I talk in Java I only know Gaurav agarwal
🌞Brains That's awesome! It's been a year since I was doing 3x3 cubing nonstop like it was a fidget spinner. LOL My average time wasn't good enough for being competitive though. I typically did my solves between 55 seconds to 1 min 20 seconds depending on the particular scramble and how I started my solves. I was working on improving my time by practicing look aheads. But, I got busy and put the cube down. I do know the app you are referring to. I'm basically trying to build something similar for learning purposes in Unity3D. Afterwards, I will build the same app in Unreal to compare the experience.
I'm currently learning the different methods for rotating a face. This part of Unity3D has been interesting. Have you attempted to do something similar?
David Carroll 55 seconds is really good.... my fastest is 3 minutes and about 40 seconds. 😂😂😂
TheLuckystar10 I actually use only the standard Rubik's cube with the special silicone lubricant to speed it up. I don't think the speed cube would make much of a difference yet for me because I feel like I'm still wasting more time rotating the cube to search for corners or middle pieces rather than just knowing based on the I patterns immediately visible to me. Also, I'm not as skilled with selecting the best F2L move based on anticipating the F2L move that will be available next. I only hit times below a minute when the F2L moves just present themselves automatically without having to search for the next pattern match, move after move. Once my brain identifies the next F2L pattern, my hands apply the moves pretty fast. In short, I'll get a speed cube if I ever reach a point where I can keep a constant flow of moves without slight pauses looking for the next move. At that point, the efficiencies of the cube will begin to matter.
Ace You beat me to it! Also, 🌞Brains What was the app called that you were talking about?
J.G. If it's the same one I'm thinking of, it would be this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.maddyworks.rubik_cube