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djg / reading-list.md
Last active Oct 23, 2019
Fabian's Recommened Reading List
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yossorion / what-i-wish-id-known-about-equity-before-joining-a-unicorn.md
Last active Nov 20, 2019
What I Wish I'd Known About Equity Before Joining A Unicorn
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What I Wish I'd Known About Equity Before Joining A Unicorn

Disclaimer: This piece is written anonymously. The names of a few particular companies are mentioned, but as common examples only.

This is a short write-up on things that I wish I'd known and considered before joining a private company (aka startup, aka unicorn in some cases). I'm not trying to make the case that you should never join a private company, but the power imbalance between founder and employee is extreme, and that potential candidates would

View Redis-DebuggingKeyspaceMisses.md

Debugging Redis Keyspace Misses

Simply put, a keyspace "MISS" means some piece of data you tried to retrieve from Redis was not there. This usually means that one of the following things happened:

  1. The key expired
  2. They key was renamed
  3. The key was deleted
  4. The key was evicted due to memory pressure
  5. The entire database was flushed
  6. The key was never actually inserted
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This document has moved!

It's now here, in The Programmer's Compendium. The content is the same as before, but being part of the compendium means that it's actively maintained.

@gaearon
gaearon / slim-redux.js
Last active Nov 15, 2019
Redux without the sanity checks in a single file. Don't use this, use normal Redux. :-)
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function mapValues(obj, fn) {
return Object.keys(obj).reduce((result, key) => {
result[key] = fn(obj[key], key);
return result;
}, {});
}
function pick(obj, fn) {
return Object.keys(obj).reduce((result, key) => {
if (fn(obj[key])) {
@paulirish
paulirish / what-forces-layout.md
Last active Nov 19, 2019
What forces layout/reflow. The comprehensive list.
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What forces layout / reflow

All of the below properties or methods, when requested/called in JavaScript, will trigger the browser to synchronously calculate the style and layout*. This is also called reflow or layout thrashing, and is common performance bottleneck.

Element

Box metrics
  • elem.offsetLeft, elem.offsetTop, elem.offsetWidth, elem.offsetHeight, elem.offsetParent
  • elem.clientLeft, elem.clientTop, elem.clientWidth, elem.clientHeight
  • elem.getClientRects(), elem.getBoundingClientRect()
@martindemello
martindemello / chain-of-responsibility.rb
Created Feb 20, 2015
chain of responsibility example in ruby
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class PurchaseApprover
# Implements the chain of responsibility pattern. Does not know anything
# about the approval process, merely whether the current handler can approve
# the request, or must pass it to a successor.
attr_reader :successor
def initialize successor
@successor = successor
end
@jkrems
jkrems / generators.md
Last active Sep 11, 2018
Generators Are Like Arrays
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In all the discussions about ES6 one thing is bugging me. I'm picking one random comment here from this io.js issue but it's something that comes up over and over again:

There's sentiment from one group that Node should have full support for Promises. While at the same time another group wants generator syntax support (e.g. var f = yield fs.stat(...)).

People keep putting generators, callbacks, co, thunks, control flow libraries, and promises into one bucket. If you read that list and you think "well, they are all kind of doing the same thing", then this is to you.

@dominictarr
dominictarr / papers.md
Last active Sep 25, 2019
Distributed Systems Papers
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(dominic: this list of papers was originally recommended to me by Brain Noguchi @bnoguchi, and was a great start to understanding distributed systems)

Here's a selection of papers that I think you would find helpful and interesting:

Time, Clocks, and the Ordering of Events in a Distributed System

The seminal paper about event ordering and concurrency. The important result is that events in a distributed system define a partially ordered set. The connection to what we're working on is fundamental, as this defines how to detect concurrent updates. Moreover, the chosen algorithm to turn the partially ordered set into a totally ordered set defines the conflict resolution algorithm.

http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/lamport/pubs/time-clocks.pdf

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