A short excursion into GraphQL

Hello, Habr!
 
 
A short excursion into GraphQL  
 
It is a short excursion into the query language GraphQL that will serve you book Alex Banks and Eva Porcello, which we gave in a couple of days ago. The book of the same authors is about React and Redux became a real bestseller (we are waiting for the 5th edition from the printing house). By the way, thanks to all who pointed us to the inaccuracy in the code and terms;) we made the book on such rapidly aging technology unnecessarily fast.
 
 
The author of today's article Robin Viruh also works on a book about GraphQL and libraries for this language, and in this article ...
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The book "Basics of Microsoft Azure"

The book "Basics of Microsoft Azure" This book provides the most important information about the key services of the Azure platform for developers and IT professionals with no experience with cloud technologies. Detailed step-by-step instructions are provided to help the reader learn the basics of working with all important services.
 
 
The material will be useful not only for beginners mastering Azure, but also for professionals who need to restore material in memory, as well as for people familiar with only some of the topics discussed. The chapters of the book are independent: to understand the contents of a chapter, you do not need to ...
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Do not read the books

Do not read books. Read articles, blogs, forums on the net, read those things that convey the essence and to which you can leave feedback. This thesis is relevant for 2018. In the future, the first part (about books) is likely to remain relevant. But I'm not sure about articles and blogs.
 
However, the question is: why not read books? It's not for nothing that
millions of flies
a lot of people brag about "I read the book XXX", and then ask "what books did you read today"? Well, for good reason do articles like " How to read 40 books in the year ", " ...
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What for to the person Scala?

Hello colleagues.
 
 
Not so long ago we pre-printed book Oderski, Spoon and Venners about Scala ???. After all, before Scala 3 is still far away.
 
 
What for to the person Scala?
 
The author of today's article is Adam Worski, co-founder of SoftwareMill and an experienced Scala developer. He got an interesting summary of the strengths of the modern language Scala, which we offer to your attention.
 
plenary lecture Martin Oderski on ScalaDays, where he laid out plans for Scala 3 and plenary lecture John de Gous at the Scalapeño conference about the ...
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The book "Modern PHP"

The book "Modern PHP" Although modern developers increasingly rely on network sources of information, it seems to me that books devoted to programming still have a niche. The articles represent the solution of specific problems, the description of specific moments. Books are a more general view of technology, a review of best practices, a full coverage of the technological process. In general, books are a set of articles devoted to one big topic, and complementing one another.
 
 
My acquaintance with the book "Modern PHP" took place in the fateful moment for me to return to programming in PHP after almost ten years of work outside ...
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Parallelizing tasks with dependencies is an example in .NET

Hello colleagues!
 
 
This week we have transferred into the translation an ambitious in its complexity book " .Concurrency in .NET " Publisher Manning:
 
 
Parallelizing tasks with dependencies is an example in .NET  
 
The author kindly posted on the site Medium an excerpt from the 13th chapter, which we propose to evaluate long before the premiere.
 
Enjoy reading!
 
 
Let's say you need to write a tool that allows you to perform a number of asynchronous tasks, each of which has its own set of dependencies that affect the order of operations. Such problems can be solved through consistent and imperative implementation, but if you want to achieve maximum performance...
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The book "Windows Internal Device. 7th ed. "

The book "Windows Internal Device. 7th ed. " Since the release of the previous edition of this book, Windows operating system has passed a long way of updates and conceptual changes, which resulted in the new stable architecture of the Windows 10 kernel.
 
 
The book "Windows Internal Device" is created for professionals who want to understand the inner life of the main components of Windows 10. Based on this information, developers will be easier to find the right design solutions, creating applications for the Windows platform, and solve the complex problems associated with their operation. System administrators, knowing what is in the operating ...
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What to read about Java right now?

What to read about Java right now?The Java language appeared in the distant past in the 1990s and in less than 5 years became one of the three most popular languages ​​on the planet. Today, including thanks to the development of the mobile world, Java continues to be a modern and incredibly popular representative of the IT world.
 
 
But popularity, along with age, has the reverse side of the coin - for these 23 years a huge amount of literature has been published. Some books have become a real classic, that's why they are guided by teachers at the training courses even today in 2018. However, this does not mean that good books ...
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The book "Apache Kafka. Stream processing and data analysis »

The book "Apache Kafka. Stream processing and data analysis » When you run any enterprise-application, data is generated: log files, metrics, information about user activity, outgoing messages, and so on. Correct manipulation of all these data is just as important as the data itself. If you are an architect, developer or engineer who wants to solve such problems, but are not familiar with Apache Kafka, it is from this wonderful book that you will learn how to work with this free streaming platform that allows you to process real-time data queues.
 
 

For whom this book is intended


 
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The book «Site Reliability Engineering. Reliability and reliability as in Google »

The book «Site Reliability Engineering. Reliability and reliability as in Google » For almost 20 years, Google has been providing incredibly complex and large-scale systems that are responsive to users' requests. The Google search engine finds the answer to any questions in a fraction of a second, Google maps accurately reflects the earth's landscape, and Google's mail is available in 365/24/7 mode and, in effect, became the first public cloud storage. Are these systems impeccable? No, they also refuse, break down and become obsolete, like any technique. We just do not notice it. The thing is that for more than ten years Google has been developing a unique technology Site Reliability Engineering...
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