Stream Recap | RxJs Scan, Trapezoid Rule

Another Tuesday another successful stream! I did a little prep work that I mention below for this one and it was nice having notes to follow to keep things organized. However the more I am working through my analysis the more I am questioning my approach. I think next week…

Websocket + RXJS Live Coding recap

Code: https://github.com/hankyates/websocket-stream/tree/2018-07-31-post-stream I am trying a new thing. I am going to try and live stream coding sessions of when I am learning new things. My hope is that maybe people will engage or find these musings useful. I know that there are many…

BRFSS Map

Proof of concept: http://brfss-map.hankyates.com/ Code: https://github.com/hankyates/louisiana-map As an exercise I wanted to build a Chloropleth map. Well I didn't exactly start at wanting to build a chloropleth map. It started as a simple question, which Parishes in Louisiana could use more resources in…

Playing around with Elm

This is a quick exploration into Elm hosted at: https://hankyates.github.io/code-share/. I just made a quick little code sharing site that pulls from githubs gist api. My Impressions on Elm Pros No runtime errors. Not alot of boilerplate. Strong types. Cons Not newbie friendly at all. Docs…

More stuff on Currying and Promises

I know my last post was on currying but this is tool that has confounded me for a long time and I'm finally coming around to understanding what are appropriate use cases for it. The problem with currying is I understand the concept. I understand what it is doing and…

Poorman's curry

Before you interject and say we should be using promises, We know. I've always heard Currying described as "A function that returns a function until all of its arguments are satisfied." It's commonly used to make utility functions. The classic example is always some adder function that has you'd never…