Code Cards helps you remember programming knowledge you
don’t use on a day to day basis using spaced repetition.
Spaced repetition is a way of taking advantage of how
human memory works. Instead of reviewing an idiom every day
or every week, you might repeat it after a day, then a week,
then a month, etc. This means you can keep hundreds of
idioms fresh in your mind in just 20 minutes a day.
When you learn something new during your day, create a minimal
example. A good question has all the boilerplate but leaves out the
All reviews appear to be done. Re-trying to make sure…