Timur Radzhabov

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Recent posts by Timur Radzhabov

Hi Randy,

what is the difference between using Protocol Buffers and Thrift? Where should I use Thrift instead of PB and how can I benefit from it?
Thanks!
Hi Luis,
what is the difference between prototype inheritance and classical inheritance? Can you describe it's pros and cons?

Thanks!
Hi Yan,
 how cloud tests differs from usual tests? What are the best options to integrate tests with serverless approach?
3 months ago
Things got a little bit clearer for me. Thanks!
3 months ago
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Hello Jay,
i want to ask  you about the famous go idiom - "do not communicate by sharing memory, share memory by communicating". Could you explain it, please?
3 months ago
Go
Why choose java to start programming? There are  plenty of languages which are  easier to learn (eg python)
5 months ago
Why choose java to start programming? There are  plenty of languages which are  easier to learn (eg python)
5 months ago
Hi, Steve!
Can i  write electron apps with typescript without any limitations? Or only vanila/es6 applicable?
Hello Hanumant Deshmukh,
i want to ask - What is method overloading and method overriding?
Thanks!
Hi Naomi Ceder,
i have a question about iterators and generators: What is the difference between them?   And when you  would  use  them particularly? Some examples for when you would use each case would be helpful.
Many thanks!



1 year ago
Welcome Naomi Ceder!
1 year ago
Hi J. D.,
 i have a question about asynchronous js. As far  as i know, there are three possible ways to handle asynchronous execution in  ecmascript2015+: promises, async/await and observables.
 What's the difference between them? How to decide which one to use?

P.S.
I know there is a 4th way - asynchronous callback hell) But  i din't mention this way deliberately)
Welcom J. D.! And congrats on your new book!
Yes) Thanks a lot for your answer!