Abstract Clojure

Faulty Logic

A prioritised micro-batch scheduler in rust

Issue #133

11/30/2021

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Abstract Clojure

Published: 25 November 2021
Tags: clojure


A lot of the decisions you make in programming can be broken down into is the abstraction easier to maintain than reality? Depending on what your answer is, that's the option you should go with. Alex King's article demonstrates how your code can become more modular through abstractions, implemented in Clojure.


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Faulty Logic

Published: 24 November 2021
Tags: css


CSS has undergone huge changes in the past couple of years, with the introduction of attributes like flexbox and grid. Unfortunately, we're still in the transition period where not all of the parts of CSS support the same syntax that is used by these new features. In this very concise article, Jeremy Keith reviews some of the areas that still don't support logical properties and require directional ones instead.


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A prioritised micro-batch scheduler in rust

Published: 25 November 2021
Tags: rust


How do you solve an issue where real-time calculations are holding up access to your database? In this article, Mike Bush discusses how he was able to resolve it at his company by building a micro-batching scheduler library in Rust.


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