A great motivational movie

Tim Mouskhelichvili
Tim Mouskhelichvili
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Hello, my friends! I hope you and your families are doing well.

This weekend was Orthodox Easter, so I ate a lot and celebrated with my family.

I also re-watched one of my favorite comedies, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004). If you haven't seen it, go see it now, it's super funny.

In this movie, **spoiler alert** Harold and Kumar go to white castle.

And it's a great motivational movie! (I hear the screams, but hear me out first)

Harold and Kumar's road is very long and has many challenges, but they don't turn back and, in the end, are rewarded. They had so many problems and unexpected events that they could've just turned back. But they didn't!

When we have problems, let's remember Harold and Kumar.

Let's act like those two fellows (I am talking about their will to accomplish their dream, not their love for drugs), and we will be rewarded too!

Tip of the week

What is the never type in TypeScript?

The never type indicates to the TypeScript compiler that the type contains no value.

It has two main purposes:

  • To indicate that a function always throws.
  • To indicate that a function never returns.

Here is an example:

Cool right? Learn more about the never type here.

Article of the week

Today's article will teach us how the ReturnType utility type works in TypeScript. Check out the tutorial here.

Thank you for reading.

See you next week!

Tim M.

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