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comment try-catch in javascript… isn't it a good practice?
@b.long callbacks. i.e. function (err, value) {} is the asynchronous version of Either. The synchronous version is return { err: err, value: value } knowing that either err or value is undefined. The following article ( blogs.atlassian.com/2011/05/exceptions_are_bad ) is really good
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comment try-catch in javascript… isn't it a good practice?
@b.long return Either<Error, Value> or use callbacks
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comment try-catch in javascript… isn't it a good practice?
@b.long simple. don't throw errors ever. Problem solved.
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comment Node.js Or servlets?
Both processes and threads can be used to scale any application for multi-core utilization. You don't need both.