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July 12, 2014

Mass Programming Language (5) Variables Scope

Filed under: .NET, C Sharp, Mass, Open Source Projects, Programming Languages — ajlopez @ 6:18 pm

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I finally started a new implementation of variables and their scope in programming language Mass. My idea is:

- Have local variables

- No need to explicitly declare

- Access available "outside" if necessary

The basic idea is:

- Any variable assignment involves the local level

That is, if I assign

a = 3

in a function, this refers to a local variable in the function. No matter if there is a variable external to the function

See for example

https://github.com/ajlopez/Mass/blob/master/Src/Mass.Core.Tests/MachineFiles/Local.ms

# file variable
a = 1

define foo()
    a = 2 # local variable
end

foo()

The first variable a is a variable of the file in process (the module). The variable assigned in the foo function is local to that function, and it is different from the outside variable.

But if we do not assign the variable, and only consulted it, its value is returned. example:

https://github.com/ajlopez/Mass/blob/master/Src/Mass.Core.Tests/MachineFiles/Scope.ms

# file variable
a = 1

define foo()
   a # access file variable
end

foo()

In this case, the function foo returns the value to "outside", since this variable has not been assigned in the function when evaluating the return value.

How to edit an "external” variable, that is, a non-local variablel? Well, this is a topic for an upcoming post. The idea: to access the value of a non-local variable, it must be implied, without declaring anything extra. BUT modifying its value must should be explicit: we put something to explicitly declare "we are changing the value of a non-local variable".

Stay tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez

http://www.ajlopez.com

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Node.Js: Links, News And Resources (22)

Filed under: JavaScript, Links, NodeJs — ajlopez @ 11:45 am

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More links from my collection. More updated links at http://delicious.com/ajlopez/nodejs

javascript – Do you know any tutorial for mongoDB in nodeJS? – Stack Overflow
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6166322/do-you-know-any-tutorial-for-mongodb-in-nodejs

NodeCellar
https://github.com/ccoenraets/nodecellar
Sample application built with Backbone.js, Twitter Bootstrap, Node.js, Express, MongoDB

Node.js, Express, Stylus, MongoDB example
https://github.com/kulakowka/nodejs-express-stylus-mongodb-example

flitbit/fpipe
https://github.com/flitbit/fpipe
Node.js module for grafting a middleware pipeline over a target function

deanmao/node-hubbub
https://github.com/deanmao/node-hubbub
NodeJS html parser npm package using the parser library from the netsurf web browser — it’s fast and accurate

qraftlabs/node-odata-parser
https://github.com/qraftlabs/node-odata-parser
OData query string parser for node.js

theLIFT – A Digital Innovation Group
http://www.thelift.net/

Express.js by Dan Zajdband – Comunidad Nodejs Argentina – YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQN5U0EQoUo&feature=youtu.be

Websockets y Node.js en las nubes – MedellínJS (Medellín) – Meetup
http://www.medellinjs.org/events/86130022/

NPM shrinkwrap
https://npmjs.org/doc/shrinkwrap.html
Lock down dependency versions

shigeki/node-class-diagram
https://github.com/shigeki/node-class-diagram
Class Diagram of Node.js
This shows the class structure of Node.js at a glance. This covers most of classes in the node manual but has a few exceptions

Bifocals by Dashron
http://bifocalsjs.com/
A node.js View library with support for asynchronous sub-views (aka partials) and interchangeable rendering systems.

Node.js, Express, Mongoose demo
https://github.com/madhums/nodejs-express-mongoose-demo

Node.js & WebSocket – Simple chat tutorial
http://martinsikora.com/nodejs-and-websocket-simple-chat-tutorial

Node.js Application using Socket.io
http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/nodejs/tutorials/app-using-socketio/

url routing – Organize routes in Node.js – Stack Overflow
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4602212/organize-routes-in-node-js

node.js – Using routes in Express-js – Stack Overflow
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8864626/using-routes-in-express-js

Node.js: A Todo App with Express | Blog :: The JavaScript Playground
http://javascriptplayground.com/blog/2012/04/node-js-a-todo-app-with-express

Express.js Tutorial
http://www.hacksparrow.com/express-js-tutorial.html

Creating a basic site with node.js and Express – shapeshed
http://shapeshed.com/creating-a-basic-site-with-node-and-express/

Getting Started with Express – How To Node – NodeJS
http://howtonode.org/getting-started-with-express

Seattle Node.js (Seattle, WA) – Meetup
http://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Node-js/

Episode 12 – Isaac Schlueter – http://www.jsconflive.com
http://www.jsconflive.com/pages/20120631
The man behind NPM and now the newly annointed leader of Node.js, Isaac Schlueter, stops by for a quick chat.

How to Write Portable Node.js Code – Node.js on Windows Azure
http://nodeblog.azurewebsites.net/how-to-write-portable-nodejs-code

stomita/node-salesforce
https://github.com/stomita/node-salesforce
Salesforce API Connection Library for Node.js Applications

My Links
http://delicious.com/ajlopez/nodejs

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Angel “Java” Lopez
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GrammGen In C# (2) First Rules

Filed under: .NET, C Sharp, GrammGen, Open Source Projects — ajlopez @ 10:30 am

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Let’s see today how a parser is built with GrammGen using code. The idea is to define using GrammGen how to build a tree with expressions detected in the text under process. The text is written in the programming language that we want to implement. The expression tree is created using the GrammGen definition, given by code.

I presented in the previous post for an example of a console program, which employs GrammGen. A parser is defined using rules. The rules indicate:

- How to process text characters
- How then form text elements, such as numbers, names, operators
- How to go from putting together such elements, expressions, commands that define our language to implement.

In the sample of calculator

https://github.com/ajlopez/GrammGen/tree/master/Samples/Calculator

the rules are defined by the parser:

https://github.com/ajlopez/GrammGen/blob/master/Samples/Calculator/Calculator/ExpressionParser.cs

The first rules:

private static Rule[] rules = new Rule[]
{
   Rule.Or(' ', '\t', '\r', '\n').Skip(),
   Rule.Or('+', '-').Generate("Oper0"),
   Rule.Or('*', '/').Generate("Oper1"),
// ...


The idea is to get an Expression. The first rule defines that anyone (Rule.Or) of space, tab, carriage return, new line items are ignored (. Skip ()). You can put more than one rule of this type, for example, to set comments to be ignored from the input text.

The second rule defines both + (the plus sign) and – (minus sign) produce a called terminal Oper0. They differ from * (the token) and / (divide sign) because we want to take precedence among operators.

There is a rule to construct integers:

 

Rule.Get("0-9").OneOrMore().Generate("Integer", MakeIntegerConstantExpression), 

The Rule.Get allows you to specify a range of characters, and then, with the fluent interface defined, you can attach the .OneOrMore () method, which specifies that the rule can be applied once or several times. When you can not apply more, it ends generating a node called "Integer". But in GrammGen a node, in addition to a name, may have an associated object. Al. A second parameter can be passed to Generate method, with a function that creates the associated object.

MakeIntegerConstantExpression job is:

- Get the object that was formed with the rule, in this case, a concatenated string with all digits were found.

- Transform it to integer

- Create a ConstantExpression with the intever as constant value.

The class ConstantExpression is not from GrammGen. It is defined by us. We have the freedom to define the objects we want to attach to each node of the GrammGen generated tree.

The code of MakeIntegerConstantExpression is:


   private static object MakeIntegerConstantExpression(object obj)
   {
       int value = int.Parse((string)obj);

       return new ConstantExpression(value);
   }

In the next posts we will see how the nodes of binary operations are formed, how operator precedence is implemented, how to manage left recursion, and evaluation of the generated expressions.

Stay tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez

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July 11, 2014

Erlang: Links, News And Resources (12)

Filed under: Distributed Computing, Erlang, Functional Programming, Links — ajlopez @ 8:26 pm

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AKKA 5 Year Anniversary
http://typesafe.com/akka-five-year-anniversary

erlang-laboratory – Erlang Laboratory — Erlang development in Windows as simple as 1, 2, 3 – Google Project Hosting
https://code.google.com/p/erlang-laboratory/

Michael Feathers – Microservices and the Failure of Encapsulation
https://michaelfeathers.silvrback.com/microservices-and-the-failure-of-encapsulaton

(390) Python (programming language): With the increase of the processors speeds, will high level languages (like python) take over low level languages (like C/C ) since difference in execution speed will not differ that much? – Quora
http://www.quora.com/Python-programming-language-1/With-the-increase-of-the-processors-speeds-will-high-level-languages-like-python-take-over-low-level-languages-like-C-C++-since-difference-in-execution-speed-will-not-differ-that-much

Damien Katz: What Sucks About Erlang
http://damienkatz.net/2008/03/what_sucks_abou.html

pyotrgalois/erlskeletor
https://github.com/pyotrgalois/erlskeletor

Why Erlang Is Awesome
http://veldstra.org/whyerlang/

Erlang Integers | Programmer’s Paradox
http://www.programmersparadox.com/2008/02/05/erlang-integers/

Handling very large integers in Erlang | Teton Technical
http://tetontech.wordpress.com/2008/05/24/handling-very-large-integers-in-erlang/

cloudozer/ling
https://github.com/cloudozer/ling

inaka/erlang_training · GitHub
https://github.com/inaka/erlang_training

inaka/spawnedshelter · GitHub
https://github.com/inaka/spawnedshelter

pyotrgalois/spawnedshelter
https://github.com/pyotrgalois/spawnedshelter

My Links
http://delicious.com/ajlopez/erlang

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Angel “Java” Lopez
http://www.ajlopez.com
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Play Framework: Links and Resources (1)

Filed under: Java, Links, Play Framework, Scala, Web Development — ajlopez @ 1:56 pm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Play_Framework

Play is an open source web application framework, written in Scala and Java, which follows the model–view–controller (MVC)architectural pattern. It aims to optimize developer productivity by using convention over configuration, hot code reloading and display of errors in the browser.[1]

Support for the Scala programming language has been available since version 1.1 of the framework.[2] In version 2.0, the framework core was rewritten in Scala. Build and deployment was migrated to SBT, and templates use Scala instead of Groovy.

http://www.playframework.com/

Advanced routing in Play Framework – all that jazz
https://jazzy.id.au/default/2013/05/08/advanced_routing_in_play_framework.html

Christopher Hunt on Software Development: Play-ing with WebJars
http://christopherhunt-software.blogspot.com.au/2013/05/play-ing-with-webjars.html

JsZipper : Play2 Json advanced (& monadic) manipulations – Mandubian Blog
http://mandubian.com/2013/05/01/JsZipper/

huntc/play-spring · GitHub
https://github.com/huntc/play-spring
A sample Play application with the minimum configuration required to support Spring JSR-299 and JSR-330

guillaumebort/play20-spring-demo · GitHub
https://github.com/guillaumebort/play20-spring-demo
Using Spring from within a Play 2.0 application

Stupid Java Tricks » Play Framework 2.1: The Bloom is Off The Rose
http://www.stupidjavatricks.com/?p=278

Observations on the Play! framework | James Gregory’s Blog
http://lostechies.com/jamesgregory/2011/09/18/observations-on-the-play-framework/

#98 Support for optional trailing slash – Play framework 2.0 – play
http://play.lighthouseapp.com/projects/82401/tickets/98-support-for-optional-trailing-slash

Abnorm: A better non-ORM // Speaker Deck
https://speakerdeck.com/marconilanna/abnorm-a-better-non-orm

Play CMS
https://github.com/joergviola/play-cms
https://github.com/codeborne/play-cms
https://github.com/TheOrganisationOn/play-cms
A simple CMS to be able to edit pages, page fragments and images using a WYSIWYG editor

parroit76-play-cms – port of play-cms to version 2.0 of play framework – Google Project Hosting
https://code.google.com/r/parroit76-play-cms/

julienrf/play-scala.g8 · GitHub
https://github.com/julienrf/play-scala.g8
g8 template for Play applications

What startups or tech companies are using Play Framework? – Quora
http://www.quora.com/What-startups-or-tech-companies-are-using-Play-Framework

yobriefca screencast
http://yobriefca.se/screencasts/

Introduction to Play Framework
http://blueskybd.vo.llnwd.net/o16/oracle/CON3845_mp4_3845_001.html

yanns/play2-scala-DI · GitHub
https://github.com/yanns/play2-scala-DI
Technical prototyp to test different dependency injection solutions.

Sadek Drobi, the Play 2.0 Story and what’s new in 2.1
http://www.infoq.com/interviews/sadek-drobi-play2-story-new-21
CTO of Zenexity, a Web Oriented Architecture Company, Sadek is a software engineer specialized in bridging the gap between the problem domain and the solution domain. As core Play developer and co-creator, he works on the design and implementation of the framework. Twitter: @sadache Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/37675274@N03/ Blog: http://sadache.tumblr.com

Iteratees in Big Data at Klout « Klout Engineering
http://engineering.klout.com/2013/01/iteratees-in-big-data-at-klout/
In this blog post we describe the usage of Play! Iteratees in our redesigned data collection pipeline.

My Links
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Angel “Java” Lopez
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Node.Js: Links, News And Resources (21)

Filed under: JavaScript, Links, NodeJs — ajlopez @ 1:50 pm

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Some old but interesting links below. More updated list at http://delicious.com/ajlopez/nodejs

nodeGame/nodegame-client
https://github.com/nodeGame/nodegame-client
nodeGame client for the browser and node.js

Useful Node.js Tools, Tutorials And Resources | Smashing Coding
http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2011/09/16/useful-node-js-tools-tutorials-and-resources/comment-page-1/#comment-619171

Charla sobre Express.js + Hacking sobre los proyectos propuestos – Node.JS Argentina (Buenos Aires) – Meetup
http://www.meetup.com/NodeJS-Argentina/events/84285512/

adrai/node-viewmodel
https://github.com/adrai/node-viewmodel
Node-viewmodel is a node.js module for multiple databases. It can be very useful if you work with (d)ddd, cqrs, eventdenormalizer, host, etc.

MariaDB non-blocking client API and node.js « The MariaDB Blog
http://blog.mariadb.org/mariadb-non-blocking-client-api-and-node-js/

Stream a webcam using Javascript, NodeJS, Android, Opera Mobile, Web Sockets and HTML5 | Francis Shanahan[.com]
http://francisshanahan.com/index.php/2011/stream-a-webcam-using-javascript-nodejs-android-opera-mobile-web-sockets-and-html5/

visionmedia/n
https://github.com/visionmedia/n
Node version management

Tom Dale – Google+ – yeah it’s kinda tough when you have 250+ OSS projects,…
https://plus.google.com/111465598045192916635/posts/CkmmbjmvebM

Overview of Derby.js and Meteor.js (for 7/10 NoVa Node.js Meetup)
http://www.slideshare.net/studgeek/an-overview-of-derbyjs-and-meteorjs-for-the-nova-nodejs-meetup

Scripted: A JavaScript editor from VMware | SpringSource Team Blog
http://blog.springsource.org/2012/10/11/scripted-a-javascript-editor-from-vmware/

Erik Källén – Writing node.js applications in C#
http://www.erik-kallen.se/blog/writing-nodejs-applications-in-csharp

UDADEV 2012
http://www.uazuay.edu.ec/udadev/

Instalación de Stylus, Jade, Coffee Script en Windows con NodeJS (Parte I) – Pipes Output – Openness@Microsoft – Site Home – TechNet Blogs
http://blogs.technet.com/b/puerto_25/archive/2012/10/08/instalaci-243-n-de-stylus-jade-coffee-script-en-windows-con-nodejs-parte-i-pipes-output.aspx

Cluster Computing with Node.js | Architects Zone
http://architects.dzone.com/articles/cluster-computing-nodejs

SprintStack
http://sprintstack.com/
SprintStack gives developers a node-compatible environment with all the benefits of the JVM

NodeCellar: Sample Application with Backbone.js, Twitter Bootstrap, Node.js, Express, and MongoDB
http://coenraets.org/blog/2012/10/nodecellar-sample-application-with-backbone-js-twitter-bootstrap-node-js-express-and-mongodb/

Web-scale Arduino | John Graham-Cumming
http://blog.jgc.org/2012/10/web-scale-arduino.html
There are a number of projects that allow one to control an Arduino using node.js

My Links
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Angel “Java” Lopez
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July 10, 2014

End Of Iteration 2014w27

Filed under: .NET, AjGenesis, C Sharp, Code Generation, Iteration, JavaScript, NodeJs — ajlopez @ 2:33 pm

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Code Generation with AjGenesisNode

I updated and published new versions of my projects:

https://github.com/ajlopez/AjGenesisNode
https://github.com/ajlopez/AjGenesisNode-Entity
https://github.com/ajlopez/AjGenesisNode-Model
https://github.com/ajlopez/AjGenesisNode-Sinatra
https://github.com/ajlopez/AjGenesisNode-Express

Now, there are new functions to manage the model directory in AjGenesis. That directory contains the JSON files that represent the model, ie entities, project settings, db settings, etc. It resides in “./ajgenesis/models”.

The code generation for Sinatra and Express was improved. Instead of create a project and then, generate a “build” subdirectory in project directory, now the code generation acts over the current project directory. This way is more straighforward, and more aligned with other projects that generates code: there is no “build” subdirectory.

I added the preserve of code regions by name. If a generated file has a code region delimited with special text, that region is preserved even when the file is regenerated.

DylanSharp

My Dylan language interpreted in C#

https://github.com/ajlopez/DylanSharp

I added more binary operations. I should add type support, but in the current use cases, the untyped evaluation is OK.

SharpBus

My Mule-like simple service bus in C#

https://github.com/ajlopez/SharpBus

I added message transformers, message processors, instead of play payload transformers and processors. And I added a Router object. So, the implementation has/will have:

- Lambdas that operates on payload (processors, transformers, outputs, routers)
- Lambdas that operatos on message (processors, transformers, outputs, routers)
- Objects that operates on payload (processors, transformers, outputs, routers)
- Objects that operates on messages (processors, transformers, outputs, routers)

A payload is an untyped object. A message has a payload and additional properties (by name/value).

JavaScript Samples

I wrote my first AngularJS samples

https://github.com/ajlopez/JavaScriptSamples/tree/master/Angular

Dynamic Site in Express 4

Based on JSON definitions

https://github.com/ajlopez/ExpressSamples/tree/master/DynSite4

I added the support of https://github.com/ajlopez/LoadJsons to load JSON files that have references to other JSON files. The site is a prototype based on pages defined in JSON files. So you can easy change the JSON data to alter the prototyped site. Next steps: add lists based on MongoDB collections, with views. Then, code generation for differents targets (Express 4? Laravel?)

Others

I changed https://github.com/ajlopez/SharpGo with minor improvements. I also worked on three non-public projects. More fun is coming.

Stay tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez
http://www.ajlopez.com
http://twitter.com/ajlopez

July 8, 2014

New Month’s Resolutions: July 2014

Filed under: C Sharp, JavaScript, NodeJs, Open Source Projects, Programming Languages — ajlopez @ 4:50 pm

A new month started, time to review my June 2014 resolutions, and write new ones:

- Continue AjErl [pending]
- Continue ScalaSharp [complete] repo 
- Continue SharpGo [complete] repo
- Variable scope in Mass Language [complete] repo
- Start SimpleItems [pending]
- Continue SimpleApps [partial] repo
- Continue ClojSharp [pending]
- Continue DictSharp [pending]
- First AjErl distributed use case [pending]
- First Aktores distributed use case [pending]
- Write C# Posts [complete] Spanish Posts
- Write TDD Post [complete] Spanish post
- Improve my personal site code [complete]

Additionally, I worked on:

- Create and publish first version SimpleCurry, functional programming helpers in JavaScript [complete]  repo
- Create and publish first version LoadJsons, load JSON model from many files, in JavaScript/Node [complete]  repo
- Create a Dynamic Site in Express 4, defined by JSON [complete]  repo
- Generate Express 4 code using AjGenesisNode [complete]  repo
- Generate Sinatra code using AjGenesisNode [complete]  repo
- Improve AjGenesisNode, AjGenesisNode-Model, AjGenesisNode-Entity [complete]  repo repo repo
- Continue DylanSharp [complete]  repo
- Create SharpBus, Mule-like simple bus in C# [complete]  repo

These are my resolutions for July 2014:

- Improve AjGenesisNode code generation for Express
- Improve AjGenesisNode code generation for Sinatra
- First AjGenesisNode code generation for Laraval
- Module loading, export review in Mass Language
- Continue with SharpBus
- Continue with Dynamic Site
- Give a talk about Node.js/Express
- Improve my personal site code
- Write TDD Post
- Write C# Posts
- Distributed use using Aktores
- Review, refactor and continue RustScript implementation

More fun is coming.

Stay tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez
http://www.ajlopez.com
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July 6, 2014

TDD: Links, News And Resources (22)

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Myron Marston » Thoughts on Mocking
http://myronmars.to/n/dev-blog/2012/06/thoughts-on-mocking

Why Your Test Suite Sucks – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zf_xJwSNsB0

Detecting Changes in Third-Party Code – The Code Whisperer
http://blog.thecodewhisperer.com/2011/11/26/detecting-changes-in-third-party-code/

Justin Searls: JavaScript Testing Tactics on Vimeo
http://vimeo.com/96425314

TDD by example: Patterns | Nico Cortés blog
http://blog.ncortes.com/2014/06/22/tdd-by-example-patterns/

Steve Freeman On TDD: How Do We Know When We’re Done?
http://www.infoq.com/presentations/TDD-Steve-Freeman

Unit Testing JavaScript Applications
http://www.infoq.com/presentations/tdd-javascript

Scan Agile 2012: Phil Calçado: Better Functional Design Through Test-Driven Development on Vimeo
http://vimeo.com/39959748

The TDD That Can be Spoken Is Not the Eternal TDD
http://hoff2.com/2014/01/24/tdd_is_a_path.html

The Domain Discontinuity | 8th Light
http://blog.8thlight.com/uncle-bob/2014/01/27/TheChickenOrTheRoad.html

Test Double | Our Thinking | The Failures of "Intro to TDD"
http://blog.testdouble.com/posts/2014-01-25-the-failures-of-intro-to-tdd.html

¿Está TDD muerto o más vivito y coleando que nunca? – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPFdcYTajlo

TDD en C# con Visual Studio y NUnit – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nI7-xJa_FvM

Learn Test Driven Development in Flask – Part 2 | /dev/notes
http://waynesimmerson.ca/Article/learn-test-driven-development-flask-part-2

Python: Automated Testing with Grunt (Node.js) | /dev/notes
http://waynesimmerson.ca/Article/python-automated-testing-grunt-nodejs

Tom Stuart on TDD, BDD and Ruby
http://www.infoq.com/interviews/tom-stuart-tdd-ruby

Test-Driven Development by Kent Beck
http://wikimatze.de/books/test-driven-development

e-ferro Venturas/Desventuras de "informático": De Test Unitarios de clases a Tests Unitarios de funcionalidad, un gran paso
http://www.eferro.net/2014/06/de-test-unitarios-de-clases-tests.html

JUnit: A Cook’s Tour
http://junit.sourceforge.net/doc/cookstour/cookstour.htm

You won’t believe how old TDD is | Arialdo Martini
http://arialdomartini.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/you-wont-believe-how-old-tdd-is/

(10) Learning About TDD: The Purpose of #isTDDDead
https://www.facebook.com/notes/kent-beck/learning-about-tdd-the-purpose-of-istdddead/768162959883237

Test Isolation Is About Avoiding Mocks — Destroy All Software Blog
https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/blog/2014/test-isolation-is-about-avoiding-mocks

Mis impresiones sobre el debate #isTDDDead | Jose Armesto
http://blog.armesto.net/mis-impresiones-sobre-el-debate-istdddead/

My Links
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Angel “Java” Lopez
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July 5, 2014

Node.Js: Links, News And Resources (20)

Filed under: JavaScript, Links, NodeJs — ajlopez @ 9:44 pm

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Using node.js To Show Our jQuery Chart in Older Browsers – Engineering – Infragistics.com Blog
http://www.infragistics.com/community/blogs/engineering/archive/2012/10/04/using-node-js-to-show-our-jquery-chart-in-older-browsers.aspx#.UG3oyUAr49g.twitter

Meet The Nashorn Development Team BOF — insin-notes 1 documentation
https://insin-notes.readthedocs.org/en/latest/JavaOne2012/meet_nashorn_bof.html

Nashorn, Node.jar and Java Persistence BOF — insin-notes 1 documentation
https://insin-notes.readthedocs.org/en/latest/JavaOne2012/nashorn_node_jpa_persistence_bof.html

Node.js and Socket.io part 1 Building a HTML5 game part 6 – YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnQIkKHrdFY&feature=relmfu

Node.js and Socket.io part 3 Building a HTML5 game part 8 – YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hARvsRQpWVE&feature=relmfu

Node.js and Socket.io part 2 Building a HTML5 game part 7 – YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptvEn3iYKVY&feature=related

NodeCamp Socket.IO Workshop with Guillermo Rauch – YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1vC7S385x8&feature=related

BogotaJS: Guillermo Rauch – Socket.IO / Engine.IO – YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3FdQAiG3-o&feature=youtu.be

Videos in “Creation Platform” on Vimeo
http://vimeo.com/groups/fabric/videos

JavaScript, Node.js, and the Flying Wedge Anti-Pattern | TechnoSophos
http://www.technosophos.com/content/javascript-nodejs-and-flying-wedge-anti-pattern

Event Emitter, Pub Sub or Deferred Promises … which should you choose?
http://otaqui.com/blog/1374/event-emitter-pub-sub-or-deferred-promises-which-should-you-choose/

Raynos/promise-stream
https://github.com/Raynos/promise-stream

Converting a C library to gyp — n8.io
http://n8.io/converting-a-c-library-to-gyp/

TypeScript and node.js – nodejs | Google Groups
https://groups.google.com/group/nodejs/browse_thread/thread/9f07c68f9b7016c4?hl=en%3Fhl%3Den

Welcome to TypeScript
http://www.typescriptlang.org/

feklee/rotogamesq
https://github.com/feklee/rotogamesq

Bert Belder – LibUV at LXJS 2012
http://blog.nodejs.org/2012/09/30/bert-belder-libuv-lxjs-2012/

node workshop
http://workshopba.jit.su/

DailyJS: The Truth About Event Loops
http://dailyjs.com/2012/09/27/truth-about-event-loops/

Nodejs vs Play for Front-End Apps
http://www.subbu.org/blog/2011/03/nodejs-vs-play-for-front-end-apps

Node.js for PHP Programmers #1: Event-driven programming… and Pasta. – Do the Web
http://dotheweb.posterous.com/nodejs-for-php-programmers-1-event-driven-pro

Shogun147/Katana
https://github.com/shogun147/Katana

abh/node-stripe
https://github.com/abh/node-stripe

How to setup Stripe payments with node.js – good coders code, great reuse
http://www.catonmat.net/blog/stripe-payments-with-node/

mafintosh/tetris · GitHub
https://github.com/mafintosh/tetris

All Photos – Node.JS Argentina (Buenos Aires) – Meetup
http://www.meetup.com/NodeJS-Argentina/photos/all_photos/?photoAlbumId=10922912

My Links
http://delicious.com/ajlopez/nodejs

Stay tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez
http://www.ajlopez.com
http://twitter.com/ajlopez

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