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Evil DFS: How To Successfully Distract Yourself

Zex
Speak C++/Python/Go/TS, love to make things happen and help people make their things happen :)
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  • Reading link1
  • Found interesting link2
  • Go to link2
  • Read & found interesting link3
  • Go to link3
  • Read & found interesting link4
  • Go to link4
  • ...
  • ...
  • No more interesting link
  • Exit

Ok, this is DFS.

For some pages simply constructed with interesting links, it goes this path

  • For link1..n read

BFS is evil too. If it happened to include DFS cases 🙃 a day is over.

Pros:

  • Learn many by starting with one
  • Satisfy curiosity
  • Collect some topics for next time meet a nerd 🤓

Cons:

  • Time-consuming 。゚( ゚இ‸இ゚)゚。
  • Possibly forget what was about to do

...Wait, that sounds like human web crawler 🤔

Here are some links for practice

-> redis sentinel
-> roshi on github
-> mixu's book
-> Finnish Defence Forces

OK, let's talk about another how-to.

How to break the loop before it is too late

  • Just open the links in another new tab without switching to them. This is easy to achieve by configure the browser or by right-click option. Supported by most browsers.
  • Keep a to-do list in whatever format that you like. I also use Trello. A list of interesting papers can also be found at my Github page. Check it out if interested.

Hopefully this help you be more productive😃

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