Server side architecture with Node and Typescript using Nest

Server side architecture with Node and Typescript

Every platform has its own philosophy: a set of principles and guidelines. Node.js is strongly influenced by the Unix philosophy. Particularly in two of its working principles, which are as follows: “Small is beautiful.” “Make each program do one thing well.” The simplicity of Node.js core and its modularity gives a lot of advantages: first ...

Background tasks in ASP.NET Core

Background tasks in ASP.NET Core

Sometimes it is necessary to schedule and create long-running methods for our .NET Core applications. Manage scheduled and long-running methods is complicated.  For example, unhandled exception in a thread not associated with a request,  will take down the process. Secondly, if you run your site on multiple instances can cause  to run the same task ...

Reactive programming, DAMN. It is not about ReactJS

Reactive programming

This article is about Reactive programming, a lot of topics inside the article are language independent and pattern oriented. The article is NOT about ReactJS. Obviously, “DAMN.”  is a tribute to the new album by Kendrick Lamar, “Reactive programming is an asynchronous programming paradigm concerned with data streams and the propagation of change.” – Wikipedia The reactive programming paradigm has ...

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