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View node_rest_exercise.md

Instructions

The goal of this exercise is to create a backend using Node using the REST arquitecture.

The Task

In this task, we are building backend of an application that helps us managing our team using REST.

Features and Requirements

  • A member has a name and a type the late one can be an employee or a contractor.
View react_exercise.md

Instructions

The goal of this exercise is to create a demo calendar application using React. We strongly recommend create-react-app to make the bootstrapping of your application really easy.

Please don't use a calendar library, we would like to see your own calendar logic.

The Task

You should start by rendering a single month view of a calendar for the current month – along with the lines of the calendar image in this project.

View siege.conf
#
# SSL-timeout: This option sets a connection timeout for the ssl library
# ex: ssl-timeout = 30
#
# ssl-timeout =
#
# SSL-ciphers
# You can use this feature to select a specific ssl cipher for HTTPs. To
# view the ones available with your library run the following command:
View postman.tests.js
//100 is a number of sent requests according to requirements
iterations = 710;
//100 ms is a delay between requests according to requirements
//responseTimes is an array for collecting response time values
responseTimes = [];
i = 0;
while (i < iterations) {
i++;
sendRequest()
View postman.tests.js
//1000 ms is a maximum allowed value according to requirements
maximumResponseTime = 1000;
//100 is a number of sent requests according to requirements
iterations = 850;
//100 ms is a delay between requests according to requirements
//responseTimes is an array for collecting response time values
responseTimes = [];
i = 0;
while (i < iterations) {
View siege.conf
#
# SSL-timeout: This option sets a connection timeout for the ssl library
# ex: ssl-timeout = 30
#
# ssl-timeout =
#
# SSL-ciphers
# You can use this feature to select a specific ssl cipher for HTTPs. To
# view the ones available with your library run the following command:
View postman.tests.js
//1000 ms is a maximum allowed value according to requirements
maximumResponseTime = 1000;
//100 is a number of sent requests according to requirements
iterations = 800;
//100 ms is a delay between requests according to requirements
//responseTimes is an array for collecting response time values
responseTimes = [];
i = 0;
while (i < iterations) {
View siege.conf
# Updated by Siege %_VERSION%, %_DATE%
# Copyright 2000-2016 by %_AUTHOR%
#
# Siege configuration file -- edit as necessary
# For more information about configuring and running this program,
# visit: http://www.joedog.org/
#
# Variable declarations. You can set variables here for use in the
# directives below. Example:
@kaiomagalhaes
kaiomagalhaes / roadrunner.md
Last active Mar 11, 2021
Codelitt's Roadrunner commands
View roadrunner.md

I am only the messenger, but here is my manual!

It looks like you already know about the help command, good job!

Features

Spotchecks

1. 👀 Jira Spotcheck

  • Where: any channel
  • Summary: Sends you a private message with a random list of cards in progress across all the jira boards
View fonts.scss
@import url('https://rsms.me/inter/inter.css');
$font-stack: 'Inter', sans-serif;
html {
font-family: $font-stack;
}
h1 {
font-size: 3.5rem;