Intellij shortcuts

  • Double Shift – Search Everywhere. Quickly find any file, action, symbol, tool window, or setting in IntelliJ IDEA, in your project, and in the current Git repository.
  • Ctrl+Shift+A – Find Action. Find a command and execute it, open a tool window, or search for a setting.
  • Alt+Enter – Show Context Actions. Quick-fixes for highlighted errors and warnings, intention actions for improving and optimizing your code.
  • Ctrl+Alt+L – Reformat Code. Reformat the whole file or the selected fragment according to the current code style settings.
  • Ctrl+W /or/ Ctrl+Shift+W – Extend or shrink selection. Increase or decrease the scope of selection according to specific code constructs.
  • Alt+F7 – Find Usages. Show all places where a code element is used across your project.

Live templates (Located at Preferences =} Live templates):

Type: AnyVariable.log and hit ENTER. You should have: console.log(AnyVariable);

Actions on save

Go to: Preferences // Tools // Actions on save: // Enable “Reformat code” and “Optimize code”

Mandela Effect – False memory

The Mandela effect is an unusual phenomenon where a large group of people remember something differently than how it occurred.

False memories can sometimes be shared by multiple people. One prominent example comes from a 2010 study that examined people familiar with the clock at Bologna Centrale railway station, which was damaged in the Bologna massacre bombing in August 1980. In the study, 92% of respondents falsely remembered the clock had remained stopped since the bombing when, in fact, the clock was repaired shortly after the attack. Years later the clock was again stopped and set to the time of the bombing in observance and commemoration of the bombing. Other such examples include memories of the title of the Berenstain Bears children’s books being spelled Berenstein, the logo of clothing brand Fruit of the Loom featuring a cornucopia,[10] and the existence of a 1990s movie entitled Shazaam starring comedian Sinbad as a genie.

In 2010, this shared false memory phenomenon was dubbed “the Mandela effect” by self-described “paranormal consultant” Fiona Broome, in reference to her false memory of the death of South African anti-Apartheid leader Nelson Mandela in prison in the 1980s (he actually died in 2013, after having served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999), which she claimed was shared by “perhaps thousands” of other people.

Examples:

  • Looney Tunes vs. Looney Toons logo
  • “I am your father.” vs “Luke, I am your father.”
  • C-3PO Has a Silver Leg
  • “Run, you fools!” vs “Fly, you fools!”
  • Pikachu’s Tail with black mark or without it
  • “Sex and the city” vs “Sex in the city”
  • Febreze vs Febreeze
  • Sketchers vs Skechers
  • Fruit Loops vs Froot Loops
  • Kit Kat vs Kit-Kat
  • The Flinstones vs The Flintstones
  • “Hello, Clarice” vs “Good morning”
  • 50 US states vs 52 US states
  • Sinbad Never Played a Genie in the Shazaam movie.
  • Tank man did not stop the tank completely in 1989 on Tiananmen Square protects

Brands

Acura and Honda cars are both made from the same company: The Honda Motor Company. Honda provides a wide range of everyday vehicles. Acura focuses on making luxury cars.

Honda vs Acura (both made by the same company: The Honda Motor Company):

  • Honda is standard line of vehicles
  • Acura is branded as luxury car market

Toyota vs Lexus (both made by the same company: The Toyota Group):

  • Toyota is standard line of vehicles
  • Lexus is branded as luxury car market

Nissan vs Infiniti (both made by the same company: Nissan Motor Corporation):

  • Nissan is standard line of vehicles
  • Infiniti is branded as luxury car market

Old navy vs Gap vs Banana Republic (all three made by the same company: Gap Inc.):

  • Old navy – low priced market
  • Gap – middle range priced market
  • Banana Republic – more expensive market

Johan Cruyff Quotes

Technique is not being able to juggle a ball 1000 times. Anyone can do that by practicing. Then you can work in the circus. Technique is passing the ball with one touch, with the right speed, at the right foot of your team mate.

Someone who has juggled the ball in the air during a game, after which four defenders of the opponent get the time to run back, that’s the player people think is great. I say he has to go to a circus.

Choose the best player for every position, and you’ll end up not with a strong XI, but with 11 strong 1’s.

In my teams, the goalie is the first attacker, and the striker the first defender.

Why couldn’t you beat a richer club? I’ve never seen a bag of money score a goal.

I always threw the ball in, because then if I got the ball back, I was the only player unmarked.

I’m ex-player, ex-technical director, ex-coach, ex-manager, ex-honorary president. A nice list that once again shows that everything comes to an end.

Players that aren’t true leaders but try to be, always bash other players after a mistake. True leaders on the pitch already assume others will make mistakes.

What is speed? The sports press often confuses speed with insight. See, if I start running slightly earlier than someone else, I seem faster.

There’s only one moment in which you can arrive in time. If you’re not there, you’re either too early or too late.

Before I make a mistake, I don’t make that mistake.

When you play a match, it is statistically proven that players actually have the ball 3 minutes on average … So, the most important thing is: what do you do during those 87 minutes when you do not have the ball. That is what determines wether you’re a good player or not.

After you’ve won something, you’re no longer 100 percent, but 90 percent. It’s like a bottle of carbonated water where the cap is removed for a short while. Afterwards there’s a little less gas inside.

There is only one ball, so you need to have it.

We must make sure their worst players get the ball the most. You’ll get it back in no time.

If you have the ball you must make the field as big as possible, and if you don’t have the ball you must make it as small as possible.

Every professional golfer has a separate coach for his drives, for approaches, for putting. In football we have one coach for 15 players. This is absurd.

Surviving the first round is never my aim. Ideally, I’d be in one group with Brazil, Argentina and Germany. Then I’d have lost two rivals after the first round. That’s how I think. Idealistic.

Players today can only shoot with their laces. I could shoot with the inside, laces, and outside of both feet. In other words, I was six times better than today’s players.

Quality without results is pointless. Results without quality is boring.

There are very few players who know what to do when they’re not marked. So sometimes you tell a player: that attacker is very good, but don’t mark him.

I find it terrible when talents are rejected based on computer stats. Based on the criteria at Ajax now I would have been rejected. When I was 15, I couldn’t kick a ball 15 meters with my left and maybe 20 with my right. My qualities technique and vision, are not detectable by a computer.

Playing football is very simple, but playing simple football is the hardest thing there is.

If I wanted you to understand it, I would have explained it better.

advertising

  • Every year the world $500 billion is spending on advertising
  • Average human watch 40,000 ad commercial during a year; it is about 100 ad commercials during each day
  • Advertising children’s products designed for so-called “nag factor”. It inspires children to buy certain products that claim to make them better and more popular among their friends. And then it is a matter of parental patience. According to studies, the average American teenagers should ask their parents to buy the thing from advertising 9 times before they give up and agree on a purchase.
  • Scientists at York University found that American drug companies spend on advertising twice more money than on its studies.