The principles of data-oriented programming
Jerod is joined by Yehonathan Sharvit, author of Data-Oriented Programming, to discuss the virtues of treating data as a first-class citizen in our applications and the four principles that make it possible.
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(00:00 ) - This week on The Changelog
(00:46 ) - Sponsor: Square
(01:40 ) - Start the show!
(06:05 ) - Jerod was tricked
(16:09 ) - Principle 2
(24:47 ) - Straight to principle 4
(29:40 ) - Defer typing
(36:18 ) - Don't talk to me about GraphQL
(38:01 ) - Sponsor: Sentry
(38:41 ) - Loop back to principle 3
(42:50 ) - You've convinced me, now what?
(51:46 ) - Data-oriented community?
(53:48 ) - Closing out the show
(54:55 ) - Outro