Search results for 2014 03 31 creating sound with the web audio api and oscillators

Saad Mousliki

by Saad Mousliki

…experience programming for desktop and web. His first program was on assembly and Turbo Pascal. He has created applications using ASP.NET and C#, but now he’s more interested to JavaScript,…

Microservices Series #4: Beware the monolith

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…it enables unbounded complexity. There are no limits to the depth of the data structures, the entanglements of the class hierarchy, or the web of object references. Classic object-oriented (OO)…

Jaime Quiroz

by Brian Rinaldi

Jaime Quiroz is a front end web developer with a background in graphic design. Currently, he lives in Rockville, MD. Follow Jaime on Twitter Visit Jaime’s site…

Ryan Morr

by Ryan Morr

Ryan Morr is a programmer residing in Barrie, Ontario, Canada with a real passion for everything related to front-end web development. JavaScript is his first love, a language that he…

Authors

by Brian Rinaldi

Modern Web wouldn’t be possible without the contributions of a number of superb authors and contributors. (In alphabetical order by first name)…

Nicholas Wolverson

by Brian Rinaldi

…programming, and language design. He is primarily a C#/.NET developer, with the occasional foray into the JS/Web world. Nicholas is a hill-walker, marathon and ultramarathon runner, and enjoys his beer…

Seth Vincent

by Brian Rinaldi

Seth Vincent is an independent programmer, designer and writer experienced with a wide range of programming languages, web frameworks, and content management systems. Previously he’s worked as a writing tutor…

Microservices components work

Microservices Series #1: Microservices are software components that work

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…in recent years: OO, Web services, structured programming, to name a few. Components are a force multiplier, letting you build big things out of small things. With components, you only…