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concurrent Racer 8 Insignia 96 WPM
Full Average 83.8 WPM
Best Race 135 WPM
Races Completed 8502
WPM Percentile 97.7%
Skill Level Megaracer
Experience Level Racer 8
Racing Since Dec. 28, 2019
Keyboard Qwerty
Membership Premium
Name #code
Gender Male
Location San Francisco, CA, Nepal Nepal flag
About Me Bay Area :)
sup! Anonymous, but yeah - I adore programming and building
cool stuff using the concepts of Computer Science!
Fun Fact: I created this account on the birth-day of Linus Torvalds!
⥱ disrupt SF | I adore Software Industry.

:: CS50 is soo cool :)
:: DEF CON :)
Conferences - https://www.youtube.com/user/DEFCONConference

life-long Lang: Java, C++, JavaScript, Python, Scala & Golang
Framework: x,y,z
Environment: Unix (macOS) / Linux (Ubuntu)
adore: Algorithms, Distributed Systems, Full-Stack Engineering,
Backend Infrastructure, and Engineering, ML
:: Vim ::

Longest Nonquit Marathon: 805 races in 24 hours // 2020-03-22
Best race: 141 WPM unlagged!
Ambition: 130-150 WPM!

Solve P vs NP problem & Travelling Sales Man Problem - Given a list of cities and
the distances between each pair of cities, what is the shortest possible route that visits each city and returns to the origin city?


if you solve the second, I bet you are Software Engineer perhaps L3, L4, or L5 & if you're one in millions i.e 10X engineer, L6 or above. If you solve the first, then you aren't probably from this universe, perhaps from another parallel universe!

I send the first to the Universe in the morse code with the help of Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) - a mission of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) which has traveled 1 trillion miles so far and continuing to infinity ...

"Concurrency means multiple computations are happening at the same time." - MIT

“ I will, in fact, claim that the difference between a bad programmer
and a good one is whether he considers his code or his data structures
more important. Bad programmers worry about the code. Good
programmers worry about data structures and their relationships. ”
— Linus Torvalds (creator of Linux)

BTW - Sean, Izzy & Chak types so fast that they can create a fabric on space-time continuum or in other words, Wormholes!

Latest Race Results

Race # Speed Accuracy Points Place Date Options
8502 110 WPM 99.3% 53 1/5 today
8501 87 WPM 97.1% 64 3/3 today
8500 100 WPM 97.5% 78 2/5 today
8499 94 WPM 96.2% 64 3/5 today
8498 92 WPM 97.2% 89 1/5 today
8497 85 WPM 95.9% 146 4/5 today
8496 94 WPM 96.1% 66 3/5 today
8495 99 WPM 97.8% 50 1/5 today
8494 100 WPM 97.1% 87 3/5 today
8493 100 WPM 97.7% 102 3/5 today
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