"Why do I need a 4Ghz quadcore to run facebook?" This is why. A single word split up into 11 HTML DOM elements to avoid adblockers.
So there's two things I dislike about Vietnam:
1 (in my control): I can't communicate with locals as English comprehension is generally weak and, unlike Thailand or Laos, I can't small talk in the local language to connect with people.
2 (not in my control): The prevalence of smoking is straight-up not cool. Having lived in countries where smoking in buildings is unacceptable or illegal (US, UK, Thailand), my throat and eyes are dying here.
CppCon 2018: Stoyan Nikolov “OOP Is Dead, Long Live Data-oriented Design”
If your employer allows this level of convoluted code, they will appreciate the first-class bit as well since you can still integrate with existing JS code.
And stop using Lodash with this madness since it's soo lacking in functions compared to the myriad of FP JS libs along with wrong argument order, etc.
Just saw as JS lib `partial.lenses` highly inspired by Haskell in a Stack Overflow question. Cool, I like that you see the benefit of FP, but please DON'T go down this route. That code is SO difficult to read and understand. IF you want optics & guarantees, I implore you to stop trying to make JS like Haskell and either use GHCJS or PureScript (or Elm) and be done with it. It's very hard for people to grok & you bring little safety outside of the lib being pure functions. Get it first-class, not bolted on.
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