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Mysterious Space Object, Women's Safety App, and Coding Interview Walkthrough

Last Week in Plain English
Mysterious Space Object, Women's Safety App, and Coding Interview Walkthrough
By In Plain English • Issue #13 • View online
Two weeks ago, we covered the story about the latest JavaScript open-source scandal which had to do with the widely-used library faker.js and its creator Marak. This week, we bring to you the story of Falso, a possible alternative to faker.js.
Interviews can feel difficult and scary, especially when you’re a beginner. You never feel quite as prepared as you should be. This is why we look into 10 exact steps to prepare for your big coding interview without losing out on sleep.
Moving on, we look into creating your own Chrome extension, ways to speed-up Python, new features in React 18, metaverse concert hall, and finally, an analysis of Emily Dickinson’s poetry to determine seasonal sentiments.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

How to Really Prepare for the Coding Interview without Losing Sleep
Can this App Help to Keep Women Safe on the Streets?
A Metaverse Concert Hall to be Launched Courtesy of Warner Music, You can Pay to be Its Neighbour
Determine Seasonal Sentiments by Analysing Emily Dickinson’s Poetry
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