RisingStack create a very useful collection of article about Node.js.
In this article they helps us to understand how the Node.js event loop works, and how we can leverage it to build fast applications.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Monday, November 28, 2016
In spatial analysis, we often define grids of points or polygons to sample, index, or partition a study area. For example, we may want to overlay a study area with a grid of points as part of some regular spatial sampling scheme, divide a large region into smaller units for indexing purposes as with UTM grid zones, or slice the study area into subunits over which we summarize a spatial variable. In the latter scenario, the most common approach is to use a raster format, in which a grid of uniform square cells is overlayed on a study area and each cell is assigned a value for the spatial variables of interest. In ecology and conservation applications, variables may include number of individuals of a threatened species per grid cell, elevation, mean annual rainfall, or land use.
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Martin Pohlmann details his experience migrating from Subversion to Git, citing his plan and his results. In this post he shares some technical aspects of his journey with focus on the biggest obstacles he had to master: Combining multiple Subversion repositories into one Git repository, shrinking the repository size, dealing with Subversion externals and resulting changes in our development process. More
Friday, November 18, 2016
Saturday, November 5, 2016
In this article, Alex Martins discusses why you should focus on building quality into an application instead of saving it for testing later.