Category: Javascript

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Top 10 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018

It may only be August, but it’s never too early to start planning for the future. Chris Hawkes has a video where he shares his top 10 programming languages to learn for the coming year. You could even use the Pomodoro Technique to learn these languages even faster.

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JSON in Python

Socratica has a great video on how to use JSON in Python. Not only is the content great, but I see that I am not the only developer who loves VFX.

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JavaScript is Everywhere

Riaz Virani presented this great talk at Atlanta JS JavaScript has arguably the most dynamic and fastest-moving ecosystem of any programming language. While that can lead to tool/library fatigue, it also leads to extraordinary possibilities. JavaScript today has more production-ready SDKs for more use cases than any other programming language....

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The Future Of ES6

Jafar Husain, Cross-Team Technical Lead at Netflix, talks about ES6 (the latest specification for JavaScript) a the Full Stack Fest. ES6 has a lot of forward-thinking ideas attached to it and is a really exciting programming language to use.

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TypeScript and Beyond with Anders Hejlsberg

Anders Hejlsberg, the father of C# and TypeScript, drops on this episode of .NET Rocks. While at Build in Seattle, Carl and Richard talked to the one-and-only Anders Hejlsberg about his work on C# and more recently, TypeScript. Anders in his inevitable style talks through why languages work the way...

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How Uber Uses JavaScript

Uber is one of the heaviest users of JavaScript and JS libraries like Node.js. In this presentation, learn how exactly they are using JS in their tech stack. What I really want to know is what did they use to generate that data visualization.

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Douglas Crockford on the Post JavaScript Apocalypse

In this talk, Douglas Crockford speculates about the next language after JavaScript, and what to do in the mean time about some of the new features in ES6. There will be an emphasis on simplicity and quality. The web is cluttered and full of errors.