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Slideshare: Working with Dijkstra’s Algorithm


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Kubernetes in Action: Introducing Replication Controllers

By Marko Lukša

This article was excerpted from the book Kubernetes in Action.

Three Team Phases of Leadership

By Roy Osherove

In this article, excerpted from Elastic Leadership, you’ll get an introduction to three team phases and the leadership types that make the most sense for each.

The TakeUntil (by observable) operator – discard any items emitted by an Observable after a second Observable emits an item or terminates

From Reactive Extensions in Action
The TakeUntil (by observable) operator - discard any items emitted by an Observable after a second Observable emits an item or terminates

The Take operator – emit only the first n items emitted by an Observable

From Reactive Extensions in Action

The Take operator - emit only the first n items emitted by an Observable

The SKipUntil (by observable) operator – discard items emitted by an Observable until a second Observable emits an item

From Reactive Extensions in Action
The SKipUntil (by observable) operator – discard items emitted by an Observable until a second Observable emits an item

Idris: An introduction to types and functions

By Edwin Brady

In this article,excerpted from Type-Driven Development from Idris, I will introduce you to some standard basic types and functions for working with numbers of various forms, characters and strings.

The difference between traditional web apps and desktop apps built with NW.js is that where there the code for the interface and the business logic in a web app are in separate places and share no state or context, in NW.js not only do they run in one place, but they also share state and context

From NW.js in Action
The difference between traditional web apps and desktop apps built with NW.js is that where there the code for the interface and the business logic in a web app are in separate places and share no state or context, in NW.js not only do they run in one place, but they also share state and context.

The SelectMany operator – flattening observable of collections to observable of items

From Reactive Extensions in Action
The SelectMany operator - flattening observable of collections to observable of items

The Select operator – projecting each element of an observable sequence into a new form

From Reactive Extensions in Action
The Select operator - projecting each element of an observable sequence into a new form

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