Yuri Filatov

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Joined April 1st, 2021

Hey, I am an IT Expert and IT Delivery Manager at Andersen

Yuri Filatov

3 days ago

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JS object processing functions

Let's look on the example of some database: We have fields "id", "destination" (where to fly), date of creation, author name, hashtags and flight. var posts = [ `{` id: '1', destination: 'China', createdAt: new Date(2014, -1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 567), author: 'ChingHang', hashTags:['Berlin'],...
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Yuri Filatov

1 week ago

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HTML+CSS - is it worth to start?

If you are a beginner, you face some problems such as Which language to choose" and so on. Then you discover (hopefully) that HTML and CSS are the easiest to "learn" (I really try to avoid this word) and the creativist direction at the same time, cause it is built on design and its solution. But then this happens...
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Yuri Filatov

1 week ago

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Dynamic problems to improve your productivity

Hey to everyone! I've posted some tips, but not so far I've talked to a person, that says "It is not enough to start programming by yourself". A lot of beginners visit a lot of courses to be taught programming. Courses, teachers and so on don't teach you how to study. In today's world it is very important to be able t...
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Yuri Filatov

2 weeks ago

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5 Ways To Sort Wisely

Hey to everyone! I guess you all did sorting at least once. I also guess that everyone knows a sorting called "Bubble", cause it is the easiest and most popular. But when it comes to time and your memory, what will you do? Imagine a situation. You have a mass that contains about 10^100 elements. Is it still good to use...
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Yuri Filatov

2 weeks ago

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So you wanna say C++ is better than Java?

No, I don't want to say that way or other way. Nowadays, we hear a lot of crazy things in a dispute about language to write your code. First of all, you have to always keep in mind one phrase: Programming is not a code - it is the algorithm Let's mark some visible advantages and disadvantages of them: It is easier and faster...
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Yuri Filatov

3 weeks ago

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Calendar / date in java

Here I would like to discuss such objects as Calendar or Date with those, who begin their way in Java. What is the difference in Date and Calendar? Date - amount of milliseconds, starting from 01.01.1970 Calendar - work with a usual date What is better to use? We can't say which way is better, but I prefer Calendar to Date as it...
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Yuri Filatov

4 weeks ago

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Functions for string in java

I've already made an article for some helpful tips, but I think there is a need to discuss all functions too. Shortly but understandable. String Firstly, of course, we have to initialize our string. What string is used for? You want to look at your string as a line, not a mass of symbols. You have a long text, so you work not w...
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Yuri Filatov

1 month ago

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Functions in your own class

The best example of usage of your own class is to work with a database. Moreover, using functions in class is more correct than simple functions anyway. Let's work on the example of databases. What is a database? Imagine some tour-company website, where you see many tour names, dates, prices and so on. So a simple mass is not go...
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Yuri Filatov

1 month ago

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Helpful tips for usage of string

I don't think there is a need to explain the meaning of string. We can simply name it as a line and I would say that it is much better to use string than char (symbols) as there are more interesting tools and functions for it. Let's start! Divide string Indexof() brings the numeric value as it finds the first position of the e...
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Yuri Filatov

1 month ago

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Lifehacks from Project Managers

Just five years ago, remote work was considered to be the way of the future, but only the distant future. Most specialized web publications predicted a rise in the popularity of telecommuting, but only in ten years’ time. However, this future arrived much earlier. Buffer’s research says that 98% of employees would like to have t...
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