I ran across a little gotcha today where a float value being inserted
into another object container (JSONObject) was not holding the
precision of the...
3 replies - 3836 views - 10/14/12 by Mick Knutson in Articles
I put together a slide-deck to help introduce Multi-Mechanize.
I wanted something a little friendlier and easier to digest than "go
0 replies - 4072 views - 10/11/12 by Corey Goldberg in Articles
Their is no magical elixir, mobster payoff, or performance enhancing
drug that makes a good programmer. Developers come from all walks of
life. Some have...
0 replies - 7113 views - 10/10/12 by Zac Gery in Articles
0 replies - 5922 views - 10/10/12 by Leigh Shevchik 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 - 6948 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 - 2475 views - 10/09/12 by Peter Zaitsev in Articles
It was worth attending Staffan Larsen's (Oracle Java Serviceability Architect) presentation "Diagnosing Your Application on the JVM" (Hilton Plaza...
0 replies - 2476 views - 10/04/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
Estimating remains one of the hardest problems in software
development. So hard in fact that more people lately are advocating that
we shouldn’t bother...
0 replies - 2948 views - 10/03/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
There are a lot of ways to cache data. You can cache a piece of
data, a query, a page fragment, an entire page, or an entire website.
You can cache...
0 replies - 5444 views - 10/03/12 by Dan Wilson in Articles
We’ve all been guilty of it at one
time or another. When starting out with a language or framework that
you’ve never used before, you often...
0 replies - 3683 views - 10/03/12 by Douglas Rathbone in Articles
I recently read an interesting pair of articles about Application Logging in OpenShift. While these are great articles on how to use log4j and Apache Commons...
0 replies - 5835 views - 09/30/12 by Paul Fremantle in Articles
Today AWS announced that it is extending the provisioned IOPS concept already available for EBS volumes to RDS instances. So just like with EBS
0 replies - 2077 views - 09/30/12 by Craig Dickson in Articles
People tell me A and B, They tell me how I have to see, Things that I
have seen already clear, So they push me then from side to side (I Want
0 replies - 3892 views - 09/28/12 by Alex Soto in Articles
Over the past few evenings, I’ve been playing with SQLIO, to get an
idea of how SSD compares to a couple of servers (one quite old, one a
bit newer) that...
0 replies - 3358 views - 09/28/12 by Nick Haslam in Articles
Curator's note: This post was originally authored by Sebastien Goasguen. I
was asked the other day what was the connection between High
0 replies - 3055 views - 09/27/12 by Build A Cloud in Articles