Functional Works (@Functionalworks) ha twittato:
Functional Programming is awesome, but it comes with a serious amount of jargon, which can be pretty confusing! 😕🤷♂️🤷♀️
Don’t fret, Jason Shin is here to help! He has created a glossary of all the jargon that you may come across when working with #Rust 💻
Marc Gravell (@marcgravell) ha twittato:
So you know in .NET/C# when you await an incomplete async operation it starts getting a little … *allocatey*? And how allocs tend to build up and be a major perf limiter? Well… what if it just didn’t? What if incomplete async/await was zero alloc? https://t.co/Fs3k0mBwad (https://twitter.com/marcgravell/status/1147810104743530496?s=17)
“Programmer Test Principles” by Kent Beck https://link.medium.com/4eKd3vjb6X
Steve “ardalis” Smith (@ardalis) ha twittato:
5 Solid Ways to Come Up with Good Blog Post Topics https://t.co/cDULDW1HMq
#blogging #content #tip #socialmedia https://t.co/cDULDW1HMq (https://twitter.com/ardalis/status/1144214138522148865?s=17)
DotNetKicks (@dotnetkicks) ha twittato:
Supporting Windows Forms and WPF in .NET Core 3 by @Ch9 https://t.co/sbUO5QhBX8 #dotnet via @DotNetKicks (https://twitter.com/dotnetkicks/status/1143564918811242503?s=17)
androidiots (@androidiots) ha twittato:
If you are a BE developer using #Java or an #Android developer who want to write BE code and if you know #Kotlin, then it’s a breeze.
Here is Matt Thornfield author at @ManningBooks helping us understand the same.
#androiddev #androiddevelopers #springboot