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Logan Franken
Works at Financial Aid Information Systems Team, UCSB Financial Aid Office
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GitHub Contribution Calendar Considered Whatever You Make Of It: http://www.loganfranken.com/blog/1167/github-contribution-calendar-considered-whatever-you-make-of-it
GitHub Contribution Calendar Considered Whatever You Make Of It. June 20, 2015. Lately, I've seen a lot of talk about the GitHub Contribution Calendar on my Twitter feed. What's That? If you're not familiar, the GitHub Contribution Calendar is a visualization of your contributions to GitHub, ...
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It's Week 8. I am now a Human Flesh Husk whose sole purpose is the creation of JavaScript-related blog posts. But at least I've learned a lot about ES6! #es6   #es6everyday   #javascript
ES6 Everyday: Modules. June 9, 2015. For a lot of longtime JavaScript developers (and especially those from the Node world), this is long overdue: yes, ES6 has modules. When writing a JavaScript-heavy application, things always seem to start simply: function displayCampingSites() { // ...logic ...
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Oh God, it's never-ending: here comes Week 6 of #ES6Everydayhttp://www.loganfranken.com/blog/888/es6-everyday-maps/ #javascript   #es6  
ES6 Everyday: Maps. May 26, 2015. ES6 gives us a new, native data structure: the Map ! A map is just a bunch of key/value pairs: var colorHexCodes = new Map(); colorHexCodes.set('blue', '#0051FF'); colorHexCodes.set('red', '#D40000'); console.log(colorHexCodes.get('blue')); // '#0051FF' ...
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ES6 Everyday: Classes. May 11, 2015. After a week hiatus, we're back! And, starting off this week, hold on to your pants: JavaScript has classes! class Dog { bark() { console.log("Bark!"); } } var spot = new Dog(); spot.bark();. Yup, and you get constructors too: ...
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ES6 Everyday: Binary and Octal Literals. April 20, 2015. Here's a nice and easy one to start our week; you can now represent binary and octal numbers with literals: console.log(parseInt("101011", 2)); // 43 console.log(0b101011); // 43 console.log(parseInt("0543", 8)); // 355 console.log(0o543); ...
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I think we are inching further and further away from native mobile: https://infrequently.org/2015/06/progressive-apps-escaping-tabs-without-losing-our-soul/
It happens on the web from time to time that powerful technologies come to exist without the benefit of marketing departments or slick packaging. They linger and grow at the peripheries, becoming old-hat to a tiny group while remaining nearly invisible to everyone else. Until someone names them.
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ES6 Everyday: The End. June 11, 2015. We made it! (Huge thanks to the ES6 Compatibility Table and the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN), which I relied on heavily in putting together this series of posts). Over the past two months, we've broken the seemingly overwhelming ECMAScript 6 standard into ...
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Week 7 of the endless nightmare knowledge parade that is  #es6everydayhttp://www.loganfranken.com/blog/896/es6-everyday-new-array-methods/ #es6   #javascript
ES6 Everyday: New Array Methods. June 1, 2015. ES6 brings a whole slew of new Array methods. Let's check them out: Array.from. Creates a new array from an array-like object (has a length property and indexed elements) or an iterable object: var menu = new Map(); menu.set("Hamburger", 5.50); ...
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ES6 Everyday: Symbols. May 18, 2015. Alright, get yourself a cup of coffee: this one can be confusing. With ES6, we have a new primitive data type called the symbol: var newSymbol = Symbol();. You'll notice I left off new here. That's not a typo: var newSymbol = new Symbol(); ...
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ES6 Everyday: const Keyword. April 27, 2015. Starting off our week with one that's pretty straightforward: the const keyword. So, let's say we have a constant value that we don't want changed after assignment: var appName = "The Fantastic Editor"; appName = "The TERRIBLE Editor"; ...
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ES6 Everyday. April 13, 2015. The formal publication date of ECMAScript 6 (the parent standard of the JavaScript language) is June 2015. That's less than two months away. If you're like me, you feel a little behind-the-times: sure, you've read an article or two about the let keyword, ...
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  • Financial Aid Information Systems Team, UCSB Financial Aid Office
    Development Tech Lead, 2014 - present
  • Financial Aid Information Systems Team, UCSB Financial Aid Office
    Application Developer, 2010 - 2014
  • Financial Aid Information Systems Team, UCSB Financial Aid Office
    Student Developer, 2008 - 2010
  • UCSB Financial Aid Office
    Peer Advisor, 2007 - 2008
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    Communication, 2006 - 2010
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