The Building Blocks of Rust

By Tim McNamara

This article introduces you to the fundamentals of Rust programming, and we’ll be working through some of the language’s syntax.

This article is intended for programmers with experience in another programming language.

Slideshare: Parameter Binding and the PowerShell Pipeline


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Slideshare: It’s time to start learning Rust


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Slideshare: Leveraging OpenShift

From OpenShift in Action

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WWPD: What would PowerShell do?

By Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks

We see a lot of people jump into PowerShell scripting much the same way they’d jump into batch files, VBScript, or Python. Nothing wrong with that – PowerShell is able to accommodate a lot of different styles and approaches, but you end up working harder than necessary unless you take a minute to understand how PowerShell really wants to work. We believe that toolmaking is the real way to use PowerShell.

Planning a MEAN stack application

By Simon Holmes

This article is a guide to planning a practical application on the MEAN stack.

Getting to Know Unity

By Sean Hunter

This article introduces you to Unity and explores the Unity user interface and its operation.

What Functional Programming Is

By Christopher J. Wilson

This article discusses functional programming, using functions, and how this paradigm can help your programming.

What is middleware?

By Andrew Lock

The word middleware is used in a variety of contexts in software development and IT, but it’s not a particularly descriptive word – so, what is middleware? This article discusses the definition of middleware in ASP.NET Core and how they can be used.

Radio player as a state machine

By Ivan Morgillo, Sasa Sekulic, and Fabrizio Chignoli

This article is an excerpt from Grokking Rx that discusses the basics of state machines, using the example of a radio player.

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