Common Table Expressions

The M140i project post - Part 10

Exploring Node.js Async Hooks

Issue #13

9/30/2020

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Common Table Expressions

Published: 29 September 2020
Tags: sql


SQL queries are a great way to get data from a database (durr). I like to abstract away more complicated ones to the database layer, because it just looks cleaner and is more understandable to me. One great tool for building more complicated queries is CTEs. Preetam Jinka presents how you can use these for your queries, using a real life example inspired by Github issues.

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The M140i project post - Part 10

Published: 30 September 2020
Tags: cars


I'll be upfront and say this article is not related to programming at all. Scott Helme actually writes about upgrading a car, more specifically adding a oil catch can, using gold for heat management, and adding a forge motorsport boost pipe. I find most building topics interesting; I like how things work. Lots of people like cars, so figured this might be interesting to those concerned. And if you're not interested, don't read it!

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Exploring Node.js Async Hooks

Published: 30 September 2020
Tags: node, javascript


Async/await is popular syntax in quite a few languages. It's especially useful in JavaScript, and looks a lot better (because it's easier to understand) than the promises. In this informative article, Diogo Souza explores async_hooks, a native way in Node JavaScript to keep log or keep track of async functions. Diogo shows a few use cases, that might inspire you to implement them in your own project!

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