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chexxor / purescript-lazy-load-modules-idea.md
Last active Jun 8, 2019
PureScript Lazy-load Modules Idea
View purescript-lazy-load-modules-idea.md

Lazy/Dynamic Loadable Modules in PureScript

Motivation

https://discourse.purescript.org/t/lazy-loading-routes-in-tea-style-app/141/2

Ideas

  • Here, we aren't first-class modules, because we are still using the normal module definition and import system. We believe that first-class modules refer to a special feature in OCaml.
  • Can not refer to type classes across a lazy-load boundary. Type-class instances and classes are not first-class values.
View list-applicative.md
@Kazark
Kazark / NotNotLEM.idr
Last active Nov 13, 2018
Intuitionist logic is by no means denying the law of excluded middle!
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module NotNotLEM
%default total
%access public export
notDistributesOverEither : Not (Either a b) -> (Not a, Not b)
notDistributesOverEither neither = (notLeft neither, notRight neither) where
notLeft : Not (Either a b) -> Not a
notLeft neither x = neither (Left x)
@busypeoples
busypeoples / HashTrie.js
Last active Jul 16, 2018
Implementing persistent data structures with HashTries
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// @flow
// Immutable Data Implementation
// Based on Hash Tries
// (NOTE: The actual implementation is based on hashed mapped tries!)
// But this can be seen as a basis for the actual implementation.
// This is only for learning purposes!
// Hash Trie or Hash Tree is a persistent data structure, commonly used
// to implement immuable maps.
View questions-for-your-interviewer.md

I bundled these up into groups and wrote some thoughts about why I ask them!

If these helped you, I'd love to hear about it!! I'm on twitter @vcarl_ or send me an email carl.vitullo@gmail.com

Onboarding and the workplace

https://blog.vcarl.com/interview-questions-onboarding-workplace/

  • How long will it take to deploy my first change? To become productive? To understand the codebase?
  • What kind of equipment will I be provided? Will the company pay/reimburse me if I want something specific?
View 16.3-blogpost-signatures.js
class Example extends React.Component<
Props,
State,
Snapshot
> {
static getDerivedStateFromProps(
nextProps: Props,
prevState: State
): $Shape<State> | null {
// ...
View super-preliminary-elm-wasm-research.md

Super Preliminary Elm - Web Assembly Research

Back in December 2017, I started working on something I called Elmish-Wasm, which was just an experimental repo to compile something Elm-like to Wasm. I made some progress, but the helpful people I talked and I came to the conclusion that most of what I had so far (Haskell and Regex to interpret .elm files into rudimentary wasm) was something the Elm compiler and the Elm AST already did. Writing that code was a lot of fun, but maybe not the most valuable way to explore Elm and WebAssembly. Before jumping back into this project I would like to record the important facts and questions related to compiling Elm to Wasm.

What is Wasm?

A lot of people talk about Web Assembly as if its C++ that runs in the browser. Thats not the case. This belief must come from that fact that C can currently compile to web assembly. Wasm is human-unreadable bytecode. There is a human-readable version of wasm, called wat. It looks like this..

;; A function that adds two numbe
@bvaughn
bvaughn / eager-prefetching-async-data-example.js
Last active Oct 2, 2019
Advanced example for eagerly prefetching async data in a React component.
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// This is an advanced example! It is not intended for use in application code.
// Libraries like Relay may make use of this technique to save some time on low-end mobile devices.
// Most components should just initiate async requests in componentDidMount.
class ExampleComponent extends React.Component {
_hasUnmounted = false;
state = {
externalData: null,
};
@r00k
r00k / gist:2f243be6c30325f6a9b31844d91fc910
Last active Aug 29, 2019
uBlock Origin filters to remove annoying Twitter features
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twitter.com##.trends.Trends.module
twitter.com##.dashboard-right.dashboard
twitter.com##.module.DashboardProfileCard
@anandabits
anandabits / HKT.swift
Last active Sep 29, 2019
Emulating HKT in Swift
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// This example shows how higher-kinded types can be emulated in Swift today.
// It acheives correct typing at the cost of some boilerplate, manual lifting and an existential representation.
// The technique below was directly inspired by the paper Lightweight Higher-Kinded Polymorphism
// by Jeremy Yallop and Leo White found at http://ocamllabs.io/higher/lightweight-higher-kinded-polymorphism.pdf
/// `ConstructorTag` represents a type constructor.
/// `Argument` represents an argument to the type constructor.
struct Apply<ConstructorTag, Argument> {
/// An existential containing a value of `Constructor<Argument>`
/// Where `Constructor` is the type constructor represented by `ConstructorTag`
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