three.js

Have you ever looked at a website with beautiful 3D graphics and wonder how they did it? Surely there would’ve been countless hours spent on researching the math and hundreds of lines of code that would go into simply rendering a rotating pyramid, all done on Stack Overflow, of course. Well, sorry to rain on…

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OCaml belongs to the ML-family of languages along with Haskell, F#, Scala, and others. All ML languages have a reputation for changing the way programmers think about programming. They are strongly typed functional languages with world-class type inference, expressive type systems, pattern matching, and automatic memory management. OCaml has a lot to offer; including one…

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software engineering

Why would anyone want to go back into the office? Who is missing rush hour traffic? Well, to put it simply… many old-school managers don’t know how to micromanage everyone through zoom. Which is why some companies are requiring engineers to come back into the office. Developers, on the other hand, want to work from…

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whiteboard coding

Ever been to an interview for a coding job where the interviewer doesn’t know squat? Maybe you’ve had to patiently sit there with a look of faux-engagement on your face as they rattle on about why the role requires 10 plus years of experience in a particular coding language – only to politely point out…

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istio

Everyone here has used some form of GPS or mapping app right? Think of Apple Maps as Linkerd. “Our expert navigators wish you a most pleasant day and have charted a course for you, ETA 31 minutes.” Not so bad, but what about Google Maps aka Consul Connect? “Our latest algorithm has created the most…

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svelte

They say that two’s company, and three’s a crowd. In this case, it’s the tried and tested duo that is Google’s Angular and Facebook’s React that are looking down their noses at the 3rd wheel that is Vue.js – obviously not catching onto any social cues or getting those not-so-subtle hints. But there’s an awesome…

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next.js

What does Facebook, JavaScript and ordering a coffee at Starbucks have in common? Apart from java being a type of coffee and Facebook being compiled from script? Well, a lot more than you think. So, if you think about it, Next.js is kinda like ordering at Starbucks. Think of the web client as a thirsty…

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.net

Ever hosted a dinner party with a room full of picky eaters? Janice can’t eat gluten; Tom is allergic to shellfish and Wendy?  She’s a vegan and can’t have any animal products within two plates of her own.  It’s a nightmare to get them all to play together nicely and accommodate them so the dinner…

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