A stack stores items in a last-in, first-out (LIFO)
Picture a pile of dirty plates in your sink. As you add more
plates, you bury the old ones further down. When you take a plate
off the top to wash it, you're taking the last plate you put
in. "Last in, first out."
Fast operations. All stack operations take
The call stack is a stack that tracks function calls in a program. When a function returns, which function do we "pop" back to? The last one that "pushed" a function call.
Depth-first search uses a stack (sometimes the call stack) to keep track of which nodes to visit next.
Actually, we don't support password-based login. Never have. Just the OAuth methods above. Why?
It's easy and quick. No "reset password" flow. No password to forget.
It lets us avoid storing passwords that hackers could access and use to try to log into our users' email or bank accounts.
It makes it harder for one person to share a paid Interview Cake account with multiple people.
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