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Callback misery

Callback misery: Rethinking Asynchronous JavaScript
Callback misery: Rethinking Asynchronous JavaScript

Kyle describes callbacks as a continuation of code. One part of the program executes, then later, another part of the program continues. He also introduces frustrating callback scenarios and makes the argument that the classic sideways pyramid shape has nothing to do with the inherent problems created by callbacks.

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Skill Level Intermediate
6h 22m
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Web Web Development JavaScript

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