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Single threaded JavaScript: Rethinking Asynchronous JavaScript
Single threaded JavaScript: Rethinking Asynchronous JavaScript

In the context of programming, Parallelism is the utilization of multiple threads in an operating system. Routines are able to run at the same time regardless of execution order. JavaScript, however, is single threaded and only one line of code can be executed at any given time. Kyle explains these concepts to build a basis for understanding asynchronous programming.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web Web Development JavaScript

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