In this episode of Ask A Dev, web dev Braden O’Guinn gets fellow web developers up to speed on reactive programming by explaining what it is and where to find some helpful resources.
Beyond, “I heard react is good” most developers have trouble defining reactive programming. Not Braden.
He’ll tell you about asynchronous data streams, mutable states, and reactive programming’s disregard for the call stack. He’ll even explain how most of us already use reactive programming without even knowing…
Nerdiest. Worlds. Ever
This month’s New Horizons flyby of dwarf planet Pluto and its biggest moon Charon left a wealth of incredible data in its wake, with unforgettable pictures of geographic features such as the now famous giant “heart” on Pluto
But the highly detailed pictures gave the New Horizons team a welcome problem: What do they call all those craters, plains and mountain ranges?
Now, thanks to maps the…
Turkey has agreed to let the U.S. military use a key air base near the Syrian border to launch airstrikes against the Islamic State (ISIS), senior U.S. officials said Thursday, giving a boost to the U.S.-led coalition while drawing Turkey deeper into the conflict.
President Barack Obama and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan finalized the deal in a phone call Wednesday, officials said, following months of U.S. appeals to Turkey and delicate negotiations over the use of Incirlik and other…
The highly anticipated “Zombies” mode in
Call of Duty‘s historically extravagant “special edition” releases will really raise the bar in 2015 with a “Juggernog Collector’s Edition” package for Black Ops III
SAN FRANCISCO — The killing of a woman at a sightseeing pier has brought criticism down on this liberal city because the Mexican man under arrest was in the U.S. illegally, had been deported five times and was out on the streets after San Francisco officials disregarded a request from immigration authorities to keep him locked up.
San Francisco is one of dozens of cities and counties across the country that do not fully cooperate with federal immigration authorities. The city goes so far as…
Thousands took to the streets of Athens Friday night, days ahead of a planned referendum in Greece, with citizens protesting both for and against a crucial vote on how the country will pay back its debts.
It will ask Greeks to decide whether or not they support the bailout demands of the country’s creditors.
In addition, while the referendum won’t actually make reference to Greece leaving the eurozone, many fear it may lead to that outcome.