Angular NgRx: Getting Started

Welcome to this review of the Pluralsight course Angular NgRx: Getting Started by Duncan Hunter and Deborah Kurata. This is an intermediate level course. If you are new to Angular, I recommend starting with one of the beginner level courses. See my Angular Learning path post for reviews of various courses in the Angular learning…

Play by Play: Angular and NgRx Overview

Welcome to this overview of the Pluralsight course Play by Play: Angular and NgRx by Duncan Hunter and Lars Klint. Pluralsight now have a few different courses on NgRx, including the Getting Started course which I have already written about, and also features Duncan Hunter. This course is a better option for you if you…

History of the Internet

I have been writing the History of the Internet for the past 3 years now. Below you can find links to these articles on Simple Programmer: Part 1: Before the Web Part 2: World Wide Web Early Years Part 3: Netscape Domination Part 4: Back to The Road Ahead Part 5: The First Browser War…

Angular Best Practices

Welcome to this review of the Pluralsight course Angular Best Practices by Joe Eames. Joe has worked both full and part time as a technical teacher for over ten years. Also in this series: Part 2 – Writing Controllers & Services Part 3 – Writing Directives and Views Part 4 – Dealing with Scope Part…

Gradle Fundamentals

Welcome to this review of the Pluralsight course Gradle Fundamentals by Kevin Jones. Kevin is an industry veteran with a passion for developing and teaching. He is highly experienced with a range of different languages including C++, Java and C#. In recent years he’s been focusing more and more on rich clients using JavaScript and…

Bitcoin Mining for charity

At tonight’s Surrey Golang meetup, former Professor of Mathematics Busiso Chisala demonstrated an early solution for distributed bitcoin mining, and the plan is to give all of the money to charity. The idea is inspired by SETI – The Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence. Many thousands of people around the world have volunteered their computing time…