Tag Archives: great ideas

?FileSystem is faster than RAM [under your Operating System]

I am studying Apache Kafka (a “distributed streaming platform”) and I stubled upon this conclusion: the “disk read fear” a lot of projects have in the past, is a fake. A lot of distributed database started tutorial with the statement … Continue reading
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Thinking in Angular 4: Templates

To understand Angular 4, after the “Hero” tutorial you should start from the Template syntax.  We highlighted some statement in red below: Data direction Syntax Type One-way from data source to view target {{expression}} [target]="expression" bind-target="expression" Interpolation Property Attribute Class … Continue reading
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Finding the good one: mithril

I have just read this insightful statement on this blog article about congitive load in Javascript jQuery is undoubtedly useful when dealing with browser quirks, but once an application grows over a few thousand lines of code, unstructured jQuery code … Continue reading
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Recuperare Erlang

Erlang è un linguaggio a mio avviso sottostimato, che ha parecchie cose da insegnare ai vari Scala/Rust/Java(Script) out of there… In particolare ci sono un insieme di feature di Erlang che prese singolarmente non sono difficili da comprendere e implementare, … Continue reading
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Erlang: a lesson to learn…again!

Erlang is a great language. [2019-UPDATE] Erlang 22 is OUT, so I wanna to come to the party! On April 2015, Erlang father’s Joe Armstrong give us a very interesting lesson I want to tell about. There was a long thread … Continue reading
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Your Emacs Virtual Box Recipe

!UPDATED! Okey I love emacs, you are allowed to say I am a nerd. But I use emacs. So I could solve your problems with a Ctrl-Alt-x kung fu combination, involving yoga-like finger movements. So do not mess with me… … Continue reading
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