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Ben Lesh
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G+ created a story from some old photos on my phone. I added an appropriate narrative. Enjoy...


Featuring: +Naomi Black​, +Brian Ford​, +Brad Green​ and +Vojta Jína
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A write up on part of the problem I had to solve recently moving work to other threads in my app at Netflix. How to create worker threads dynamically and "testably" (that's probably not a word).

I accidentally published this yesterday before I went through and (tried) to proof read it today.
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Dynamic Worker Threads In JavaScript
Patrick knows what to do Recently, I've been doing a lot of performance work on a real-time data visualization app at Netflix. This app in particular is getting event streams (via web sockets) from the Netflix cloud. These event streams are aggregated in va...
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Dynamic Worker Threads In JavaScript
Patrick knows what to do Recently, I've been doing a lot of performance work on a real-time data visualization app at Netflix. This app in particular is getting event streams (via web sockets) from the Netflix cloud. These event streams are aggregated in va...
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Working with SVG in Angular
{ I don't have a good picture, so here's Igor with an SVG mustache. Recently I posted about how to handle SVG in Ember . Angular has some issues itself with SVG, and it's worth discussing here, partially because I recently contributed a lot to the effort to...
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Your framework doesn't like SVG. (yet)... A quick write up on how to use #SVG with #EmberJS now and in the future.  Write up on Angular and SVG coming tomorrow or this evening, most likely.
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Working with SVG in Ember
(Tomster constructiony logo thing... unsure what artist to credit) At the time of this post, working with SVG in Ember can be a PITA to say the least. At Netflix, I'm working on an Ember application that is at least 90% SVG, and I've hit a lot, if not all, ...
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