Mar 14 2017
Webpack Configuration Done Right™
Feb 7 2017
Learn how to use a little lodash and some functional programming to split apart large webpack configurations into smaller, reusable ones.
Functional Programming & Elixir — Pt. 1, The Basics
July 6 2016
It might be difficult to get into functional programming because of the complexity and the terminology. The goal of these articles is to explain the terminology in a simple manner, reduce the complexity and at the same time, give code samples written in Elixir and show how Elixir helps us with functional programming.
March 8 2016
As engineers one of the most important things we can do is become accustomed to the tools we use on a daily basis, but we really shouldn’t stop there. Wherever possible, we should try to master and customise these tools to make our ultimate goals both faster and easier to achieve.
Why using `_.chain`
is a mistake
February 17 2016
It’s worth us understanding why people want to use _.chain in the first place and figuring out how we can use some functional programming techniques to gain all of its benefits less its drawbacks.
ViewBinder for Android in Kotlin
January 11 2016
Various projects are starting to use Kotlin as their default language as more people are finding out about it and loving it — and it is still beta
The React documentation I wish I had a year ago
December 8 2015
The React documentation I wish I had a year ago. When I started learning React, I immediately took to its simplicity. One cursory look at the React doc page had me writing my first component.
A Birds Eye View of Functional Programming
October 30 2015
“TL:DR Functional programming (FP) helps you write robust, powerful, and maintainable programs well suited to multicore and cloud computing by focusing on controlling state and effects.…
Workshop: An exploration of modern web app development with React.js
October 30 2015
“We wanted to showcase some of the technologies that we use daily to build world-class web applications for our clients, with a focus on React. We’re huge fans of React here, and its small surface area would make for a good topic in only 90 minutes of workshop.…