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Posted on 08/20/2014

Want to speed up your code or you’re struggling with stack overflows? Often, refactoring a recursive loop into an iterative one is impossible. In these cases, you may find tail-end recursion to be useful. If implemented properly (and of course, provided your programming language supports it), your code will be optimized to be approximately as […] …read more

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Posted on 08/13/2014

You’re programming, embedded deep within a jungle of code, squishing bugs. Your phone jangles. You ignore it. But should you? A few months ago, our expert support team initiated a new program for new customer outreach. We’re calling and emailing to better help you get started with your initial implementation or upgrade. So far, the feedback has been overly […] …read more

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Posted on 08/11/2014

Interfaces in typescript are a very different thing from interfaces in C# and Java. Same name, but very different. And if you avoid using them in a way that would be normal in C#, TypeScript interfaces can be valuable. When Not to Use Interfaces When I first jumped into TypeScript I tried to use it […] …read more

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Posted on 08/06/2014

Do you use multiple data sources in your templates? Do you need to correlate data among these data sources? Do you know Windward can now make this happen? Problem Data is oftentimes a large uncontrollable beast. There, I said it. A single storage medium may not meet all your data storage and usage needs. This […] …read more

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Posted on 08/04/2014

Citizens of all nations are united in knowing that people from everywhere else are doing it wrong. Whatever “it” happens to be at the time doesn’t really matter. Today, I’m going to address two of the big ones in reporting. Whether you’re calling that dumpling a potsticker, gyoza, samosa, or empanada, you’re gonna have to […] …read more

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