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Quickly Transform Data with Transducers

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Paul Frend
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In this course, we will go through the concept of transducers and build them up from basic principles. We will go over the problems with regular composed transformations, and show how we end up with unnecessary data and intermediate collections. We go on to learn how we can use transducers for performance gains when operating on large data sets, as well as how they’re an excellent fit for processing other iterable data, like generators. Not just arrays.

Learner Reviews

  • Sebastián Real
    3 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    it's really easy to get the concepts and how they work under the hood

  • Tre' Codez
    a year ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Well, I've been trying to understand transducers so that I can take a peek at changing my career to include data viz. I get the feeling that the ability to use transducers will be very useful...so thanks for helping me "grok" it! :)

    I would like to see and understand how best to work with transducers with RxJs, besides the obvious, naive ideas popping into my head.

  • Peter
    a year ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Well explained introduction to an often confusing concept. The guidance and advice was clear but it is also easy to see how this could be applied in real code. Excellent course.

  • Armand Zerilli
    a year ago
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    What would make this course a 7 for you?

    I was already somewhat familiar with functional terminology, but a little breakdown of terms might be useful. I also noticed the use of Quokka! I like this tool as well! I would have liked to see a little more illustration of what happens inside transducer functions, perhaps using the Quokka inspect comments to show how values change with each iteration. I was able to fully understand what was being conveyed, but I did have to rewind a couple of times.

    In any case, a great and nicely compact course! Thank you!

  • Armand Zerilli
    a year ago
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    What would make this course a 7 for you?

    I was already somewhat familiar with functional terminology, but a little breakdown of terms might be useful. I also noticed the use of Quokka! I like this tool as well! I would have liked to see a little more illustration of what happens inside transducer functions, perhaps using the Quokka inspect comments to show how values change with each iteration. I was able to fully understand what was being conveyed, but I did have to rewind a couple of times.

    In any case, a great and nicely compact course! Thank you!

  • John
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Perfect egghead course. Hard hitting straight to the point how stuff works and how to get stuff done with it.

Course Content

53m • 13 lessons

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