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  • The Kollected Kode Vicious Review and Author Q&A

    Addison Wesley Professional The Kollected Kode Vicious by George V. Neville-Neil aims to provide thoughtful and pragmatic insight into programming to both experienced and younger software professionals on a variety of different topics related to programming. InfoQ has taken the chance to speak with author Neville-Neil about his book.

  • Crank, a New Front-End Framework with Baked-In Asynchronous Rendering - Q&A with Brian Kim

    Brian Kim introduces Crank.js, a new front-end framework with baked-in asynchronous rendering. The framework orchestrates front-end applications' tasks and rendering with standard asynchronous generators. Crank strives to be Just JavaScript, and reduces the number of concepts that need to be acquired to write a front-end application. Gone are proprietary notions of asynchronous resources.

  • Async Streams in C# 8

    Asynchronous programming is an important technique for many modern apps to improve responsiveness. C# 8 debuts Async Streams, which allows an async method return multiple values. Bassam Alugili provides an informative introduction to this new technique.

  • Rescuing Checked Exceptions in Asynchronous Java Code

    Java checked exceptions are a handy abstraction for a sequential workflow. When thread switches are introduced, even though the exception abstraction remains valid at the description level, the syntax support is no longer available. This article investigates how to overcome that syntactical limitation.

  • Improving Your Asynchronous Code Using Tasks, Async and Await

    Dave Marini delves into the history of asynchronous programming on the .NET platform, tracing through the early days of the Asynchronous Programming Model to today’s async/await patterns.

  • The Book of F# - Review and Interview with Dave Fancher

    The book of F#, authored by Dave Fancher examines the concepts associated with F# with the help of comprehensive explanation and relevant source codes. Towards the end of the book, Fancher provides coverage of advanced topics such as asynchronous and parallel programming.

  • Book Review and Interview: Real World OCaml

    The new book Real World OCaml provides a deep dive into the OCaml programming language. InfoQ caught up with the authors to hear about real world Ocaml users, its unique features, and much more.

  • PyParallel: A Fast Parallel Version of Python

    By combining asynchronous I/O with a shared-nothing architecture, PyParallel research project is able to execute code in a parallel context faster than it can using CPython’s normal interpreter. And it does this without removing the GIL. The secret, no reference counting or garbage collection of any kind.

  • Node.js in Action: Interview and Book Excerpt

    Node.js in Action by Mike Cantelon and TJ Holowaychuk, is a book that tries to introduce the platform to web developers coming to Node from established technologies such as Ruby on Rails and PHP. Node.js is an elegant, server-side, JavaScript development environment suitable for scalable, high-performance web applications. Node supports a minimalist server-side JavaScript interface.

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