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Addendum to function currying

In my last post I’ve tried to explain the differences between partial function application and function currying. The post was more generally addressed to JavaScript developers (as an accompanying material to a presentation I’m working on) so I’ve tried to … Continue reading

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Differentiating between function currying and partial function application

With the recent rise of functional programming (in recent years) a lot of concepts have made their way into mainstream programming languages. Higher order functions, closures, partial function applications, currying; just to name a few. But from all these concepts, … Continue reading

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HTML5 – Up and running by Mark Pilgrim

Or as I would rather call the book HTML5 – Up and running away from the madness. Seriously, if one thing this book taught me; and taught me well is the fact that frontend web development is a mess (no … Continue reading

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Prototype based object oriented programming in PHP

The other day I’ve found this interestingly controversial submission on reddit and I must admit that after taking a quick look at the code, I ran of for some eye bleach to erase that image from my mind. While I … Continue reading

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High Performance JavaScript: Build Faster Web Application Interfaces

While many people praise Douglas Crockford’s (a.k.a. Javascripts adoptive parent) JavaScript: The Good Parts on a daily basis, some without even having read the book, I think that the book I am about to review is more adequate to many … Continue reading

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Why I like Prototype?

Lately I have read articles which were comparing, bashing and dissecting multiple Javascript libraries (or framework, but I wouldn’t go that far with their definition). And as each of those articles took a side for their favorite and disregarding the … Continue reading

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