ES6 IIFEs with fat-arrow functions

ES6 IIFEs with fat-arrow functions

by Jack Tarantino | June 1, 2018 | 0

Writing Immediately Invoked Function Expressions or IIFEs in ES6(Also known as ES2015) just got a lot easier with the introduction of fat arrow functions. (global => { const MY_CONSTANT = ‘api key or something’ let counter = 0 let some_array = [1,2,34,5,6,7] counter = some_array.reduce (total, item) => total + item })(window) This is great. Much shorter […]

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Where my girls at?

by Sari Morninghawk | May 28, 2018 | 0

This post is another by InRhythm’s own Sari Morninghawk. For the full post and additional links, check out the original Where My Girls At?” on her website. Women – Major Contributors to Computer Science Many computer science pioneers were women. The first computer programmer and the people who programmed the first digital computers were all women. […]

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Cupcakes, Application Design, and UX

by Sari Morninghawk | May 21, 2018 | 0

This post is another by InRhythm’s own Sari Morninghawk. For the full post and additional links, check out the original “Cupcakes, Application Design, and UX” on her website. My grandkids are often an inspiration for many of my best ideas. For example, when I came home from work yesterday, my oldest granddaughter had her homemade cupcakes […]

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Why I started coding (Part 3)

by Sari Morninghawk | May 14, 2018 | 0

This post is another by InRhythm’s own Sari Morninghawk. For the full post and additional links, check out the original “Hello Web Development! Or Why I Started Coding (Part III)” on her website. After a good three-year run, I left my first job at the financial company. Good-bye software application development and hello web development! I went […]

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Why I started coding (Part 2)

by Sari Morninghawk | May 7, 2018 | 0

This post is another by InRhythm’s own Sari Morninghawk. For the full post and additional links, check out the original “Back-in-the-Day App Engineer to Web Developer Or Why I Started Coding (Part II)” on her website. So there I was, my first job as a programmer, working at a large financial institution where my title was Senior Applications Engineer! […]

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Smart Interview Questions

by Carl Vitullo | May 4, 2018 | 2

Searching for a job sucks, especially early in your career. Most applications never get a response, most interviews don’t turn into offers. When you’re unemployed and need to find something quickly to cover your living expenses, you may not be able to afford to be picky about your employer. However, when you’re comfortably employed at […]

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