Monthly most popular JS repositories. Gloomy weather. Syndicode JavaScript digest

Monthly most popular JS repositories. Gloomy weather

This type of weather makes you want nothing else but sitting at home and watching some movie sipping a tea or cacao. Right? Especially if it’s cold outside. Some might say that such conditions force people to learn something new or improve their skills while there is not much fun on the street. But we have doubts about any kind of motivation in November. Still, you can watch as others getting popular on GitHub with their JS projects. This ‘Monthly most popular JS repositories. Gloomy weather’ is here for you! Enjoy other’s people achievements and use these awesome 3D libraries, business intelligence web applications, code editors, audio libraries, Node app frameworks, and data visualization frameworks and more!

On November 3 join AI & Big Data Day 2018 in Lviv! Syndicode event

On November 3 join AI & Big Data Day 2018 in Lviv!

For the third time already AI & Big Data Day, a conference dedicated to the innovative developments in the sphere of the Artificial Intellect and Big Data Processing, will be held in Lviv! In the beginning of this year Syndicode has supported this great event too and participated with a speech on Machine Learning for Inventory Balancing. Don’t miss the new AI & Big Data Day! On November 3 join AI & Big Data Day 2018 in Lviv!

SQL tricky questions on job interview

SQL tricky questions on job interview

After we showed you 10 main questions asked to a candidate on JavaScript interviews, we found an interesting material with SQL tricky questions. This is a translated summary from the original article by Alexander Chmyr. The questions are related to the basic mechanisms of the language. So, first of all, they will be interesting for the beginners, but perhaps there will be something new for the experienced developers too.

Create Ruby Gem with native extensions. Syndicode news

Create Ruby Gem with native extensions

This tutorial was published on Tristan Penman’s blog as the result of the author’s experiment on improving the performance and reducing a memory usage of a data structure he implemented using Ruby. He has been reimplementing the core functionality in C++, exposing it to Ruby via a native extension. Let’s follow Tristan and investigate the way to create Ruby Gem with native extensions!

BlockchainConf.Tech, CONNECT.TECH and DataSciCon.Tech in Atlanta welcome you! Syndicode event

BlockchainConf.Tech, CONNECT.TECH and DataSciCon.Tech in Atlanta welcome you!

As Syndicode expands our supported events’ geography, this time we present you three awesome tech conferences in Atlanta, USA, you should visit this fall! No matter whether you a mobile or web developer or you propagate blockchain religion, or maybe you’re fond of data science – this time we cover all your interests! BlockchainConf.Tech, CONNECT.TECH and DataSciCon.Tech in Atlanta welcome you!

10 critical operating system concepts a software developer should learn. Syndicode news

10 critical operating system concepts a software developer should learn

As we already mentioned in one of our article about Progressive Web Apps, there are other operating system concepts a software developer should learn. While the extent and depth of knowledge can be questioned, knowing more than the fundamentals can be critical to how well your program runs and even its structure and flow. So, we are presenting 10 critical operating system concepts a software developer should learn. 

Ruby on Rails and DataTables plug-in. Syndicode news

Ruby on Rails and DataTables plug-in. Overview

Hi there! Are you a Ruby on Rails developer? Ever thought about why you should set up on backend all the pagination, sorting, searching and other stuff for the tables you’re showing in your views? I mean, that’s not a big deal but it means more code in your controllers, code in different actions similar enough to annoy you and still too different and insignificant to make you want to refactor it by let’s say creating a class where you’ll be able to initialize any table and provide additional functionality to it in the same way.

Syndicode Digest #62 – Wonderful nidicolous. Syndicode digest

Syndicode Digest #62 – Wonderful nidicolous

All of us like when the path is investigated and the lessons are learned. When you have no need to adopt new rules and rely on your own skills. But that is the way you will never learn anything new. That is why every talented developer has to leave the nest of his or her first successful workplace. Not because it’s bad, but because there is the need to move on. Let’s move on with our new ‘Syndicode Digest #62 – Wonderful nidicolous’!