Self Modifying Code

A Primer on Proxies

How to leverage functional programming in Kotlin to write better, cleaner code

Issue #198

4/6/2022

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Self Modifying Code

Published: 25 March 2022
Tags: rust


Aleksey Kladov demonstrates how one can generate source code without using macros in Rust, but with concepts that apply to other programming languages as well.


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A Primer on Proxies

Published: 18 March 2022
Tags: http, networking


Lucas Pardue and Christopher Wood give a thorough overview of the technologies behind proxies, including TCP, HTTP. CONNECT, and QUIC.


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5 Time Blocking Templates To Help You Get More Done

Published: 6 October 2021
Tags: philosophy, sponsored


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How to leverage functional programming in Kotlin to write better, cleaner code

Published: 21 March 2022
Tags: functional, kotlin


Jerry Liu introduces functional programming (FP), presents its advantageous and disadvantageous, compares it to imperative programming, and demonstrates some examples of FP using Kotlin.


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Self Modifying Code 133 25.88% 140 25.50
A Primer on Proxies 148 28.79% 162 29.51
5 Time Blocking Templates To Help You Get More Done 142 27.63% 150 27.32
How to leverage functional programming in Kotlin to write better, cleaner code 91 17.70% 97 17.67

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