On this site you can find information on all the stuff I’m doing, writing or thinking about. If you have any questions feel free to contact me! Email: jos.dirksen@gmail.com or Twitter: @josdirksen

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Getting started with FP in Kotlin and Arrow: Typeclasses

I’ve recently made the effort to try and pick up Kotlin (again). The last couple of years I’ve been doing mostly scala work (with some other languages in between), and was wondering how the functional concepts of scala programming transfer to Kotlin. Main reason is that I don’t see myself...

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All (150+) learning three.js third edition examples online

A couple of months ago the third edtion of my book on learning three.js was released: View on Packt. Just as for the previous examples I’ve put all the examples online so you can easily see what’s in the book, or just explore the samples, without the book. The sources...

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D3.js: Devoxx presentation 2017

I just noticed that I never published the D3.js presentation I gave last year on Devoxx. So a bit late, but you can find the video for that presentation below: The presentation on youtube

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10 Practical Kubernetes Tips for Day to Day Kubernetes usage

A couple of years ago I wrote a number of articles on how to work with docker. Since that time a lot has changed in the docker and container world. Docker has matured, and provides a large number of interesting features, accompanying tools and lots and lots of other fun...

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Three.js: Devoxx presentation 2018

Hi everyone, It’s been a whole two years since I posted stuff here, but as an early new year resolution, I decided to revive this blog, and share with you all the stuff I’ve been doing the last couple of years. As a start I’d like to share the presentation...

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Voronoi Fractal with D3.js

I’ve been very busy the last couple of months. Started a new project at Philips, started writing on D3.js for Packt, and besides that participating in two startups. So time to update this blog has been limited. While thinking about how to best present the voronoi feature of D3.js, I...

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