The Inscribed Square Problem, also known as Toeplitz’ conjecture or the square peg problem, as stated on wikipedia asks:
With a few examples, we can begin to get a sense of where squares show up on their respective paths. Though, after seeing some of these images I wanted to get a better sense of what features of a path allow squares to attach all their vertices to it thus being a path for which the conjecture holds true.
This story is probably in line with a number of people who have tried any of the other streaming platforms, and then checked in on Prime Video. It hit you slowly at first, you are a little uncomfortable, maybe just decision fatigue from a stressful workday. But then, you see it popup everywhere.
Does this app want you to watch anything?
I will now review different aspects of the Amazon Prime Video web app, so that you know why you don’t like using it, from a UX perspective.
If I searched for Amazon Prime Video, this screen may be my first introduction. …
At some point in your developer journey, you will likely encounter legacy code and you will be tasked to extend its functionality without breaking or changing its functionality elsewhere in the codebase.
Let’s say you have a simple function to truncate a string at a predefined length of seven characters, add an ellipse, and return the result.
We want to extend this function to truncate to a length as provided by a parameter. A quick look at the function and you have a way to extend it.
Great, your function works!
However, your legacy functionality no longer works as it used to. …