Bit of a short one this week, moving from one world-shaking historical event to another is tiring. Funny how the novel stressors seem to alter our perceptions of time. Yet we must press on. For this week, let’s try applying the Feynnman technique on TypeScript.

Brief aside, the late Richard Feynman was a Nobel prize winning physicist. Alongside his multiple monumental contributions to the quantum mechanics and particle physics, he was a celebrated educator. His lectures on physics are legendary for their accessibility. Deeply complex and arcane subject material are broken down into concise and purposeful lessons. Take for example his introduction to the mathematics and physical laws of gravity.

If you have time and interest I highly recommend viewing and reading his lectures online

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