I'm pleased to report that my decision to begin the Nashville Software School's fourth cohort has been a wise one. I'm currently four weeks in to the first half of the program, and although intense, I'm loving each and every moment. We're snowed in today, so I'm going to write a brief post in place of my usual commute time.
Up until this week, I'd understood closures only at face value... I could explain what they were, but hadn't reached the point of knowing how to really utilize them in my code. So, I want to record some notes explaining how they work, and an instance for using them effectively.
Of course, there are a lot more examples of use cases for closures. In class, we've been using closures to create private properties for our classes.
Well, I've got a lot of code to write, and a lot of great material to read. I hope to post at least once monthly in order to highlight topics we're covering at NSS. Take care.