1. Source Lines of Code (SLOC)
Counting lines of
code is probably the most simple method. It mostly indicates the scale
of the software and gives an...
2 replies - 3960 views - 10/09/12 by Cagdas Basaraner in Articles
My first ever software programming language was C. Almost two decades
later, in weird unexpected ways I find myself understanding software...
0 replies - 2308 views - 10/09/12 by Partha Bhattacharjee in Articles
I’ve been using S3 a lot in the last couple of months, and with the Amazon SDK for Ruby
it really is dead simple to work with (as well as all of the other...
0 replies - 2392 views - 10/09/12 by Oliver Hookins in Articles
Code duplication is the worst practice ever, right? Well, actually there might be situations
where duplicating can be...
0 replies - 3289 views - 10/09/12 by Juri Strumpflohner in Articles
You have an optimization task at hand. Which is great – you finally
have the possibility to do something interesting instead of implementing
0 replies - 2926 views - 10/09/12 by Nikita Salnikov... in Articles
Have you ever seen a large table of data and thought, "Somebody just
vomited numbers on my monitor?" Sometimes it can be hard to make
0 replies - 4044 views - 10/09/12 by Justin Bozonier in Articles
Let’s take a moment and talk briefly about WAD -- especially how
the data is stored. If you’re familiar with WAD and its data store,
please feel free...
0 replies - 2295 views - 10/09/12 by Gaurav Mantri in Articles
I’ve been having some intermittent DNS resolution failures on my
recent installation of Ubuntu 12.04. Googling showed that I’m not the
only one, and...
0 replies - 3266 views - 10/09/12 by Eli Bendersky in Articles
I’ve written previously about ActiveMQ Network Connectors
as a way to help describe some of the responsibilities of the classes
that are involved with...
0 replies - 2715 views - 10/09/12 by Christian Posta in Articles
I use ->> (thread-last) and -> (thread-first) very often. When
I'm transforming data I find it easy to break things down mentally by
0 replies - 2261 views - 10/09/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
JUnit 4.4 added a new assertion mechanism with the method assertThat(). Have a look and consider using it in place of...
5 replies - 3646 views - 10/09/12 by Mike Christianson in Articles
A single instance of Node runs in a single thread. To take advantage
of multi-core systems we may want to launch a cluster of Node processes
to handle the...
0 replies - 6576 views - 10/09/12 by Hemanth Madhavarao in Articles
Curator's Note: This article was originally written by Stephane Combaudon at the MySQL Performance Blog (linked below). Choosing a good InnoDB log file...
0 replies - 2391 views - 10/09/12 by Peter Zaitsev in Articles
Here’s a quick tip for anyone writing a script without a REPL: use watch as a quick continuous integration tool.
While writing code in one console,...
0 replies - 2235 views - 10/08/12 by Mike Christianson in Articles
Recently I used the Neo4j graph database in GitMoon. I have gathered some of the tricky things I learned the hard way and I recommend any Neo4j user to take a...
0 replies - 4974 views - 10/08/12 by Yaron Naveh in Articles