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Javascript garbage collection scheduling

Javascript garbage collection scheduling

Google’s Chrome web browser strives to deliver a smooth user experience. An animation will update the screen at 60FPS (frames per second), giving Chrome approximately 16.6 milliseconds to perform the update. Within these 16.6ms, all input events have to be processed, all animations have to be performed, and finally the frame […]

October 17, 20160 comments
Node.js: Promises vs Callbacks

Node.js: Promises vs Callbacks

If you know a thing or two about node.js is that it’s an asynchronous event-driven environment that some love and some hate. Node’s approach to asynchronous operations is very different from what you might be used to from languages such as C# or Java where you have threads and everything […]

October 15, 20160 commentsRead More
The cool world of node.js

The cool world of node.js

  Hello! If you know me or if you have read my blog you know I like C#, a lot. However … I cannot help to notice that C# has its shortcomings especially when it comes around web, webservices and usually it’s not particularly easy to do simple stuff and sometimes comes […]

November 16, 20150 commentsRead More
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