Category Archives: Programming

Programming: Links and Resources (16)

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Spotlight on Ada Lovelace

Fragile Test

Announcing .NET Core 2.1

Why Microsoft is buying GitHub: It’s all about developer relationships

Microsoft + GitHub = Empowering Developers

How to find and maintain the perfect mentoring relationship

Smalltalk Comparo

5 advanced testing techniques in Go

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Angel “Java” Lopez


Programming: Links and Resources (15)

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Documentation of the Firmata Protocol

JavaScript 2D physics library

Command-Line Assembly Language Programming for Arduino

ChakraCore Architecture Overview

Bartosz Milewski – The Future of Programming – Part 1/2

“The Mess We’re In” by Joe Armstrong

Netflix FlameScope

Debugging in 2017 with Node.js

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Angel “Java” Lopez

Programming: Links and Resources (13)

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We fired our top talent. Best decision we ever made.

You fired your top talent. I hope you’re happy.

Category Theory For Programmers I – Monoids

Classic Papers in Programming Languages and Logic

How To Configure Custom Connection Options for your SSH Client

Flight rules for Git

Introducing security alerts on GitHub

Kantega | The Mysterious Life of Developers

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Angel “Java” Lopez


Programming: Links and Resources (12)

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Test-Driven Developers: Building a testing culture.

Smalltalk’s Proven Productivity

The Best Leaders Are Great Teachers

Code your own blockchain in less than 200 lines of Go!

The Art of Learning Data Science

Don’t Stick to TDD’s Red-Green-Refactor Loop to the Letter

I haven’t experienced imposter syndrome, and maybe you haven’t either

Rockearla con programación

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Angel “Java” Lopez


Programming: Links and Resources (11)

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Agile Principle: Simplicity – The Art of Maximising the Work Not Done

The JavaScript Robotics and Internet of Things Platform

Game physics for beginners

Rigid Body Dynamics

Physics References

Software Foundations
The Software Foundations series is a broad introduction to the mathematical underpinnings of reliable software.

The Big Data Boom
How the race to monetize the connected car will drive change in the auto industry

Building Distributed Systems and Microservices in Go with NATS Streaming

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Angel “Java” Lopez


New Month’s Resolutions: April 2018

A new month in progress. Time to review the previous month’s resolutions:

– Continue SimpleGo [pending]
– Continue Exeth [complete] see repo
– Continue HuskyJS [complete] see repo
– Continue RskApi [complete] see repo
– Continue BlockchainJ [complete] see repo
– Continue BlockchainSharp [complete] see repo
– Continue SimpleEvm [complete] see repo
– Continue TensorSharp [complete] see repo
– Continue AprendiendoSolidity [pending]
– Continue SharpGo [pending]
– Resume Machine Learning Mentorship [pending]
– Continue Solidity Mentorship [partial] see repo

Additionally, I worked on

– Add example to SimpleDT [complete] see repo
– Create evmasm [complete] see repo
– Improving RskUtils [complete] see repo
– Add https support to SimpleJsonRpc [complete] see repo
– Improve Bitcoin sample SimpleGA [complete] see repo
– Continue RSharp [complete] see repo [complete] see repo
– Continue CrysSharp [complete] see repo
– Improve LllJs [complete] see repo
– Improve Emv2Code [complete] see repo
– Improve SolidityCompiler [complete] see repo

My new month’s resolutions:

– Continue SimpleGo
– Continue Exeth
– Continue HuskyJS [complete] see repo
– Continue RskApi
– Continue BlockchainJ
– Continue BlockchainSharp
– Continue SimpleEvm
– Continue TensorSharp
– Continue AprendiendoSolidity
– Continue SharpGo
– Continue RSharp

Angel “Java” Lopez


JavaScript: Links, News And Resources (17)

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Creating RESTful Web Services the Easy Way with Node.js

GOTO 2016 • JavaScript Performance Through the Spyglass • Vyacheslav Egorov

ES6, ES7, and beyond

Debugging Webassembly With Print-Statements – Hexdump Addition

Javascript Monad and Monad Transformer Collection

Reframe unresponsive elements responsively

Why we have banned default exports in Javascript and you should do the same

Z Native Pattern Matching for Javascript

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Angel “Java” Lopez