What’s up it’s Danielle talking about tech, coding, doing vlogs, reading and reviewing self development books, so subscribe to the channel. But what I want to talk about right now, I just found out Tesla cars have APIs. I might be late but I just found this out 🙂 Tesla cars have APIs and let me tell you this is one of the flyest things I ever heard. Let me just look at this… This Internet of Things (IoT) space is no joke. So it says just by using the API you can remotely start and stop charging, flash the lights, honk the horn, check its charge level, and you can even set it at a certain time, like for example when you wake up, to check the temperature outside and then it then it will set the temperature inside the car to whatever you want. And another thing. While we’re on the subject of Elon Musk companies, another thing is the double entendre of the name “The Boring Company.” At first I thought he was being sarcastic, you know, with that name until I remembered that the company was building hyper-speed transportation, in tunnels. So boring is another word for digging. “Boring” tunnels. Get it? yeah lol… So they weren’t being sarcastic with “The Boring Company.” That’s actually quite clever. So all this space age transportation (The Boring Company, Tesla, SpaceX), I’m just trying to keep up. So that’s the vlog for now. Subscribe to the channel, get more tech, coding tutorials, vlogs, self-development, subscribe, like. Talk to you later, bye.
So right now I’m working with IIFE’s (Immediately-Invoked Function Expressions), the ‘this’ keyword, Closures, Hoisting, call(), apply(), bind(), of course Object-Oriented Programming, the ‘new’ keyword and Prototypal Inheritance. And I’m also gaining an understanding of Function Constructors. And while I’m doing that, I’m really kind of studying all these things in the Underscore.js library. It’s actually pretty good for studying Functional Programming. They comment everything, and everything’s really well explained. So if you haven’t seen it check it out. And that’s today’s video, that’s it for today. Again Subscribe, Like, you get plenty of tech, vlogs, self-development, reviewing and reading books. Check it out, stay tune, talk to you later.
P.S. It’s interesting the clever ways a lot of these concepts are used in the Underscore.js library.