Season 3 Episode 2 | May 11, 2020
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03:24 - Functional Programming vs OOP 06:28 - Prototypal inheritance 20:34 - Higher order functions 25:54 - Callback functions 27:10 - Closures 27:46 - Scope + Context 31:12 - Iterators & Generators 34:26 - Rendering engine 37:54 - Call Stack 40:33 - Event loop 43:39 - Throttle and debounce 46:21 - Asynchronous programming 52:09 - Hoisting 54:44 - Primitive vs reference 56:59 - Debugging 58:48 - Shoutouts
- Functional Programming vs OOP
- Lydia Halle’s blog post on the prototype chain
- Practical Object Oriented Design in Ruby
- Ali’s What is Functional Programming?
- What Tamagotchis Can Teach You About ES6 Generators - Jenn Creighton
- CodeNewbie: How do Browsers Work?
- What the heck is the event loop anyway? - Philip Roberts
- Throttling and debouncing
- Debugging Episode
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