Compilers are the New Frameworks
September 5th, 2017
Adventures in Microbenchmarking
When we’re trying to speed up some part of our code, we want quick, targeted feedback about how our changes perform against the initial implementation. It’s common practice to write a microbenchmark: a small program that runs just the code you’re interested in and measures how well it performs. But be warned: microbenchmarks are fraught with peril, even for experts.
Making the Jump: How Desktop-Era Frameworks Can Thrive on Mobile
How do tools that grew up on the desktop, like Ember, Angular and React, make the jump to the mobile future?
What’s the Deal with TypeScript?
I’m Joining LinkedIn
I’m very excited to share that I’ve joined LinkedIn as a full-time employee.