Since the first case was reported on February 28, 2020, Nigeria looked like it had it was keeping both the virus and the infection rate under control, seeing that it would take 10 days for a second case to be recorded and another 8 days for the third case to be recorded, however as of the initial version this article 56 days later — April 24, 2020, Nigeria has recorded 873 cases, and all hope seems to be lost. Where did it all go wrong?
Using this “medium”, I aim to show you how severe the growth of infection is…
First, I started with Firebase phone auth, It was something I looked forward to. I love Firebase and everything in it (except phone auth) and really wanted this to work.
Then something happened. According to the firebase docs, you would have to implement the dreaded CAPTCHA, this annoyed me, then I saw something called an “invisible captcha”, and I thought “this might not be bad after all, maybe this could avoid bots or whatever CATPCHA fights against”. So I went along to implement this, and boom time for testing.
A CAPTCHA showed up, and out loud, I’m like “I thought…
5 months ago, if you had an interview with me on Vim, it would have gone like this:
You: Why do you use Vim?
Me: I'm not really sure, I think every good programmer uses it, and its popular among experienced programmers
You: Which do you prefer? GVim (gui version of vim) or terminal Vim ?
Me: GVim! Because it so much easier to use (with the toolbars and hints) and mouse usage very well.
From that conversation I think you can say I never understood at all the power, purpose and reason for Vim. …