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Yechiel Kalmenson
Yechiel Kalmenson

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I love my blog. It allows me to share all of the cool things I learn and the thoughts I have with a broader audience.

I also love my blog because it allows me to teach. As a rabbi, I still see myself as a teacher at heart. I find that explaining something to others is the best way for me to learn and solidify concepts that I have trouble understanding. Which is why I also enjoy writing on Quora.

Quora, for those who don’t know, is a Question & Answer platform where people from all over the world get together to share knowledge. I maintain a pretty active profile there. While the majority of what I write there is Judaism related, I also have a fair share of programming related answers which I figured I’d share with my audience here.

Enjoy the following answers of mine, feel free to upvote any you like, and if you like what you see give me a follow :)


This article has been cross-posted from my blog Rabbi On Rails.
You can read more about my coding journey there, or by following me on Twitter @yechielk

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