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Episode 22: Not a Soapbox

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⭐️ This Week's Topics

  • Fernando's New Course.
  • Teaching and Learning iOS Development.

⚠️ Compiler Error

This week's theme: FireWire!

  1. FireWire comes in 3 protocol flavors: FireWire 400 over a 4-pin connector, FireWire 600 over a 6-pin connector, and FireWire 800 over a 9-pin connector.
  1. The technology behind FireWire, known as IEEE 1394, was not only used in consumer electronics, but also automobiles, military vehicles, and even satellites.
  1. FireWire was expected to reach speeds up to 6.4 Gbps over single mode fiber, but development was largely halted after 2010, and fully withdrawn in 2013.
  1. Unlike USB where these is a single host to the topology of connected devices, FireWire implements a pure peer-to-peer network, allowing for multiple hosts and devices to share the same bus for communication.
Compilation Results

This time, Ben went first, followed by Fernando. Let's see how they did!

4. Unlike USB where these is a single host to the topology of connected devices, FireWire implements a pure peer-to-peer network, allowing for multiple hosts and devices to share the same bus for communication.

Both our completionists trusted this to be fact, which it was since it is a code completion!

2. The technology behind FireWire, known as IEEE 1394, was not only used in consumer electronics, but also automobiles, military vehicles, and even satellites.

Neither of them was tricked by this one either as it was also a code completion!

3. FireWire was expected to reach speeds up to 6.4 Gbps over single mode fiber, but development was largely halted after 2010, and fully withdrawn in 2013.

Ben doubted this one, but was deniged his right to change his mind, since it was a code completion!

Which means…

1. FireWire comes in 3 protocol flavors: FireWire 400 over a 4-pin connector, FireWire 600 over a 6-pin connector, and FireWire 800 over a 9-pin connector.

You guess it, and so did Fernando: the compiler error!

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This week's episode of Code Completion is brought to you by JohnnyB's Bon Voyage eCommerce App course. Visit bon-voyage.app/course and be sure to follow Bon Voyage's instructor @jonnybcodes on Twitter to learn more and stay up to date with all his courses!

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