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not-awesome-es6-classes - A curated list of resources on why ES6 (aka ES2015) classes are NOT awesome

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Reverse-inspired by all of the awesome lists on GitHub, like Awesome, Awesome Awesomeness, Awesome JavaScript, Awesome React, Awesome Cycle.js, Awesome Go, Awesome Elixir, Awesome Elm, etc. While ES6 brings several useful and syntactically pleasing new features to JavaScript, there are many people in the JS community who feel that adding class syntax to the language was a mistake. I share this sentiment, but I have encountered quite a few programmers in the wild who don't agree or simply don't seem to understand why some of us have this opinion. So, I wanted to create an online reference where people could come to learn specifically about this issue and why they might not actually need class syntax in JavaScript.

mostly-adequate-guide - Mostly adequate guide to FP (in javascript)

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You likely use it every day at work. This makes it possible to practice and apply your acquired knowledge each day on real world programs rather than pet projects on nights and weekends in an esoteric FP language.

mostly-adequate-guide-ru - Mostly adequate guide to FP (in javascript, translated to russian)

  •    Javascript

Вы, скорее всего, и так каждый день используете его в своей работе. Это открывает возможность воспользоваться полученным знанием в реальных прикладных программах, в отличие от тех проектов, которые вы пишите в качестве хобби по выходным на каком-нибудь экзотическом языке.

functional_intro_to_python - A functional, Data Science focused introduction to Python

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The first section is an intentionally brief, functional, data science centric introduction to Python. The assumption is a someone with zero experience in programming can follow this tutorial and learn Python with the smallest amount of information possible. The sections after that, involve varying levels of difficulty and cover topics as diverse as Machine Learning and Linear Optimization to build systems and commandline tools.




kmg - Knowledge Media Guide

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Systematization and recommendation service about professional Knowledge Media, supposed to be driven by community of experts. To be good specialists we have to know a lot about our profession and it's history. Otherwise we will reproduce all mistakes and reinvent all the wheels over and over again.