little rust starter hint series: Polymorphism and Traits

Today we going to explore Polymorphism and how that is actually doable in Rust. For those that have not done any OOP language yet, Polymorphism is just a fancy term for behaving or being polymorph. For example a instance of something can also be or behave as something else. In …

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little rust starter hint series: tests and TDD

Today we going to solve the Daily Challenge #47 - Alphabets in rust by applying test driven development (TDD) methodologies. Don't worry we will do very little steps and the full code is available as repo (link at the end).

For those that are familiar with rspec like testing frameworks as …

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little rust starter hint series: modules and imports

This post is additive to the awesome online book rust101 from Ralf Jung. Just in case things are a bit unclear be advised to read that book / section in addition then it should all make sense.

Today I want to show how you can separate your code in rust 2018 …

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rethink nested loops in Javascript functional

I want to start right away with the little problem statement:

const animals = ['ant', 'bison', 'camel', 'duck', 'elephant'];

// c-ish for-i loop
for (let i = 0; i < animals.length; i++) {
    for (let j = i + 1; j < animals.length; j++) {
        const a1 = animals[i];
        const a2 = animals[j];

        console.log(`${a1} and …

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prepare a dart package for publishing in 5minutes

When publishing a dart package pub.dartlang.org you should spend a minute and read the recommendations from the dart team about publishing. However it makes sense to add a few more things to show up how nice your new package is and what awesome things it can do.

dartanalyzer …

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ReStructuredText Blogging!

CMS based blogging was my choice for long. Now it's time to change and rediscover the benefits of blog offline in my IDE of choice.

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development environment

this post will cover some topics that are more or less common if you have a Linux system as your personal one, but you also want to develop on that machine.

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