Monthly Archive: October, 2016

JavaScript IoC: Stop Running


You may have heard of Inversion of Control (IoC), an architectural pattern that enables excellent modularity and separation of concerns. You may have even run away, screaming. I’m guessing it’s because IoC is… Continue reading

Haskell Polyglot on Pi: Day 1


I’ve been intrigued by tiny computational devices since the early 80’s. ¬†We didn’t have embedded systems-on-a-chip, such as the Raspberry Pi, back then, but were able to accomplish a lot with very underwhelming… Continue reading