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Flow-Based Programming for JavaScript - Henri Berguis @ BWS'17

bulgariawebsummit.com NoFlo is a flow-based programming environment for JavaScript. Originally built for Node.js systems automation, the same visual development tools can also be used for developing full-stack applications from the browser to microcontrollers like Arduino. With NoFlo developers build their applications by wiring data streams together between different pre-built or custom components.
Is software development really a dead-end job after 35-40? Is it true that software development has no future once you get to a certain age such as 40, and one should pursue to steer his development career towards management?
Microservices - an architectural pattern we recommended in our 2012 International PHP Conference keynote - is pretty popular these days.
On the one hand, we have iPad plummeting sales, dropping 50% in three years. On the other, we have Apple's professed high optimism, without much proof besides some new - and clever - ads, and the recent discreet release of evolutionary and slightly less expensive hardware. Is that all? The iPad is a strange animal, confounding explanations and expectations.
There are a few mummies in the world as old as Ötzi, but none so well preserved. Most were ritually prepared, which usually meant removal of internal organs; preservation with chemicals; or exposure to destructive desert conditions. The glacier not only froze Ötzi where he had died, but the high humidity of the ice also kept his organs and skin largely intact.
Rod Nordland / New York Times
Colemak boasts many of the same benefits of Dvorak-like having the most common letters concentrated on the home row to minimize the need to move your fingers from key to key-but without the terrifying prospect of changing EVERYTHING.
Late one October evening, I flew into Urfa, the city believed by Turkish Muslims to be the Ur of the Chaldeans, the birthplace of the prophet Abraham. My hotel had clearly been designed for pilgrims. A door in the lobby led to a men-only steam bath. There was no women's bath.