Reading List Feb 22 – March 2, 2017

Getting started guide for Angular’s component Router Angular’s component router acts as the main hub of any application, it loads the relevant components relevant to the route requested, as well as dealing with fetching the relevant data for that particular route. 
https://toddmotto.com/angular-component-router

.NET Framework – Immutable Collections Side effects compromise the understandability and correctness of code. A method that mutates global or static variables has side effects. A method that mutates some of its parameters has side effects.  
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/mt795189.aspx

Serverless REST API with Angular, Persistence and Security Using the right tools, you can create an application from scratch and release it to production very quickly. In this post, I will show you how to develop a task list application, with Angular, that consumes a serverless REST API and persists data to a MongoDB database hosted by mLab.  
https://auth0.com/blog/serverless-angular-app-with-persistence-and-security/

 

Absolutely Amazing! Azure Alert Anything, or Anyone, Anywhere, Automatically, Always! Ah! Well, let me just start by explaining that this last year has given me both my most treasured MVP award AND the most awesome short project for Microsoft, working on one of their flagship IoT “data telemetry” projects.  
http://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredev/?p=3985

What is a servicebus? The first time I read about the concept of a servicebus and saw the images, I could not figure out how it was supposed to work. The abstract perspective is like any component could just send messages to something that looked like a pipeline.  
http://dennis.bloggingabout.net/2017/03/02/what-is-a-servicebus/

TPL and async/await Best Practices for the Busy Developer This .Net async programming guide is a little bit different. It’s not a ‘how to’ or a deep dive. It’s more like a cheat-sheet for keeping out of trouble. The guide was born at Trade Me Ltd, New Zealand.  
https://scalablenotions.wordpress.com/2015/05/02/tpl-and-async-await-best-practices-for-the-busy-developer/

Mark Blyth ─ Global Trumpism Watson Institute Student Seminar Series – American Democracy: The Dangers and Opportunities of Right Here and Right NowDesigned especially with Brown undergraduates in mind, but welcoming all members of the University and wider community, this seminar series meets in the weeks both before and after https://www.youtube.com/embed/Bkm2Vfj42FY?start=257 
 
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Bkm2Vfj42FY?start=257

Coincidences and the Meaning of Life The surprising chances of our lives can seem like they’re hinting at hidden truths, but they’re really revealing the human mind at work.  
http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/02/the-true-meaning-of-coincidences/463164/

Reflecting on one very, very strange year at Uber As most of you know, I left Uber in December and joined Stripe in January. I’ve gotten a lot of questions over the past couple of months about why I left and what my time at Uber was like.  
https://www.susanjfowler.com/blog/2017/2/19/reflecting-on-one-very-strange-year-at-uber

How Bottling Companies Are Drastically Affecting California’s Drought The talk of California being in a drought is not a new discussion. For people in other states, they may make a joke of it and tease Californians for not having any water, but for those in the state, the onset of the drought could cause many to suffer.  
https://www.entitymag.com/water-bottling-companies-drought/

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