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What is it like to be a young software engineer in Nigeria?
Osine and Anesi Ikhianosime have a deep understanding of the startup tactics that have led to so many successful companies in the Web 2.0 boom.
Their favorite podcast is a16z. Their role models include Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates. They recently worked on a machine learning compression project, inspired by the show Silicon Valley.
Tadeu Zagallo is a Facebook engineer who works on React Native for iOS.
Brandon Tilley is a software engineer who works at The Minerva Project. He is the creator of Fluxxor.
React is the product of Facebook and a large open-source community. Facebook engineering has recently produced a powerful suite of loosely coupled tools for development: React, GraphQL, Relay, React Native, and Flux Architecture.
Ben Alpert is an engineer on the React Core team at Facebook.
React Router is a complete routing solution for ReactJS. It offers users a way to build full-fledged web apps from their React components.
Michael Jackson works on React Router and is the founder of ReactJS Training.
Functional languages encourage practices and patterns that can simplify concurrent programming. Scala, Clojure, and Akka are functional tools built on the Java Virtual Machine.
Jessica Kerr is a functional developer on the JVM. She currently works at Monsanto. At QCon San Francisco, she will be giving a talk called Contracts in Clojure: Settling Types vs. Tests.
Fundamental questions as big as data itself loomed at the beginning of Big Data Week. Some answers: How do customers of multiple managed big data companies deal with the heterogeneity? Confluent provides Kafka, Rocana provides ops, Databricks gives you data science, Cloudera and Hortonworks give you everything else. Each company has a proprietary layer meshed with open-source software. Generally, the more proprietary software you are running, the more you will need
It’s all a hoax. Node is multithreaded. Alex Mills originally posted this on Quora. The main event loop is single-threaded by nature. But most of the i/o (network, disk, etc) is run on separate threads, because the i/o APIs in Node.js are asynchronous/non-blocking by design, in order to accommodate the event loop. However, in some ways, calling Node asynchronous is a misnomer IMO, because almost all the code that the
http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/restify_yunong_2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Downloadrestify is a node.js module built to enable correct REST web services. Netflix uses restify to gain performance and visibility. Yunong Xiao, senior engineer at Netflix, talks about the incident which incited Netflix’s service migration to restify. The discussion starts with an explanation of flame graphs and evolves into a conversation about restify, and the importance of choosing the correct RESTful API. Links: Node.js In Flames Observable Node.js Applications (tech talk)
Originally posted on Quora by Yad Faeq: In their core, both of them have brought a group of packages Rails from Ruby gems, Meteor from npm packages and packed them together to serve a a modern Web Framework. Ruby On Rails is a web framework that is widely known for asserting the MVC architecture, which sometimes Meteor can be referred to as well for being a Framework asserting a neat