Lets have a coding face off. Me, you, no 3rd party support from NPM, lets go. – I say that Promises are absolute garbage, but…
So this is a continuance from http://ift.tt/2tVqWp8
I say Promises are for tools and misguided newbies that have no clue what they are talking about. However I'm open to being proven wrong if I'm actually wrong. Hell, the easiest way to learn something is probably to say utter garbage and watch as people refute it with fact.
Heres the deal. If you think that Promises is absolutely superior to good old fashion coding and that your code will be more readable with it, lets face off! For any challenge, we need ground rules though. Here's what I believe to be some decent rules for this:
- The application should be written in NodeJS, it has a default API toolset to use, which is great.
- No 3rd party dependencies. If you didn't write all the code yourself, you lose, good day sir 😉
- The application should be a small project achievable in a short time. Me personally, I have other stuff to work on myself, I would assume you do too.
- All code must be comments, annotated, and just plain documented.
- Challenge will be done over the weekend and we can talk about it via Google Hangouts
- All code must be released on Github under the MIT license for all to see
As I am one person and (Reddit_object.length === many_people_object.length), I will take on only a handful of challengers. So, propose a project. Explain what it should do. If it processes any datasets, provide an example set that we both will work with.
At the end of the day, this is really an exercise. Lets have fun, make cool sh*ft, and be awesome.
Submitted July 17, 2017 at 05:52AM by igknighted
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