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JavaScript Closures Explained

If you write any code in JavaScript then you’ve probably used closures, but do you actually understand what they are and how they work?  Taking the time to understand closures and how they’re implemented can add a deeper dimension to … Continue reading 


Conjunction Junction: What’s your function?

A came across the video from my JavaScript talk at Austin Code Camp. I just watched it and I have to say it’s really weird hearing myself present. I am probably way too harsh on myself because I noticed a … Continue reading 

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TIL everything in Lisp is a function

I’m current reading Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs as part of a study group we started during Pablo’s Fiesta. Our goal is learn Haskell by reading this book and implementing all of the exercises in Haskell instead of Lisp. … Continue reading 

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