Alexey Kuznetsov

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Web development, functional programming

28 April, 2018

6 minutes

Elixir programming language has its great, huge community and ecosystem. As for now, we can easily do static code analysis and code quality checks by using plenty of standard or external tools. This allows us to write robust solid Elixir code in a uniform way according to the style guide .

16 September, 2017

10 minutes

Ecto is the most popular, robust and solid solution to work with databases in Elixir ecosystem. Ecto is not ORM, ODM nor it is a Repository patern library. Ecto is just a wrapper for common constructions to work with databases, nothing less and nothing more than that.

14 March, 2017

7 minutes

This post is a continuation of series of posts started in previous article. Previously we’ve talked about one of the most awesome, innovative and pleasant projects that we had the honor to develop here in FlatStack. In this article I will tell you about the problems we’ve faced and how the right choice of technologies stack helped us to solve them.

05 October, 2016

8 minutes

Database queries are common when you develop web applications. Ruby on Rails and it’s ActiveRecord liberates you from writing tons of boilerplate SQL code and results in creation of elegant, eloquent queries in plain Ruby.

31 May, 2016

4 minutes

Pattern matching is a key feature of functional programming. It allows you to check a given sequence of tokens for the presence of the constituents of some pattern. Using pattern matching you can easily operate with complex data structures in most expressive and eloquent way. Elixir provides pattern matching like any other functional programming language.

24 April, 2016

3 minutes

If you want to use all features of functional programming with Ruby-like syntax to write modern fast, fault-tolerant applications, you may take a look at Elixir programming language.

28 January, 2016

5 minutes

Node.js has a simple and powerful stream API. Streams in Node.js are unix pipes that let you perform asynchronous I/O operations by reading source data and pipe it to destination. If your application operates not with streams only, but promises, callbacks or synchronous code, you may want to use more deeper abstraction that fits your needs. In this case you may take a look at Highland.

28 November, 2015

3 minutes

Ruby is a great example of multi-paradigm programming language: it allows you to write code in object-oriented, imperative or functional styles. Ruby have much in common with functional programming languages: high-order functions, closures, anonymous functions, continuations, statements all values. If you want to use more functional programming patterns and tools, you might want to take a look on Functional Ruby gem.

24 October, 2015

4 minutes

Ruby is dynamically and strong typed programming language. In the most of the cases it gives you required level of type safety with minimal code. But if you want build more secure applications or you’re like static typing, then you need to check every variable or method for it’s type or class:

05 September, 2015

7 minutes

JavaScript is one of the most dynamic, flexible and powerful programming languages. It supports multiple programming paradigms - imperative, object (prototype) oriented, scripting, and functional.
Let’ see what JavaScript has common with functional programming languages:

14 May, 2015

1 minute

Jekyll is the great static website generator, that can be easily used for blogs, portfolio pages, galleries and others simple projects. It`s very simple, flexible tool that can be upgraded with hundreds powerful plugins.

14 May, 2015

Less than 1 minute

Welcome! This is my blog about web development, functional programming and others geeky themes.