"It is hard for other people to give up on the notion of
design simplicity. For example, the notion of simple design is espoused
1 replies - 4422 views - 10/29/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
Clojure has a zen-like quality to it. There is extreme...
0 replies - 1429 views - 10/29/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
In this week’s news, we go on the conference circuit to find great
web performance tips from Velocity EU, WebPerfDays Europe, JavaOne and
0 replies - 3747 views - 10/29/12 by Leigh Shevchik in Articles
Unit tests don't find bugs. They find regressions. This is a
painful lesson I learned when I first started doing TDD (test-driven
22 replies - 26159 views - 10/27/12 by Shannon Behrens in Articles
The content of this article was originally written by Mark Bakker on the Xebia blog. In my current role as application performance specialist I see a lot
0 replies - 2584 views - 10/26/12 by Sylvain Beaumont in Articles
Last Monday, I gave a talk on Node.js with Windows Azure at the Israel
Windows Azure User Group. First of all, I find it incredible that the
0 replies - 3006 views - 10/24/12 by Sasha Goldshtein in Articles
This post is written by Darin Wright. Darin is a Principal
Software Engineer at New Relic who works on all things related to RUM —
2 replies - 4073 views - 10/23/12 by Leigh Shevchik in Articles
Here's a list of useful links including a range of useful tools and tutorials, including using Node.js with Backbone, three videos, and HTML5 audio....
0 replies - 10974 views - 10/22/12 by Tim Spann in Articles
The term ‘Cobra effect’
stems from an anecdote set at the time of British rule of colonial
India. The British government was concerned about the number...
0 replies - 6112 views - 10/19/12 by Nikita Salnikov... in Articles
Having found the excellent TOAD for MongoDB (and other NoSQL),
Windows is starting to be an okay development platform. Not as good as
Mac or Ubuntu, but...
0 replies - 6641 views - 10/18/12 by Tim Spann in Articles
Last weekend, Bhaskar Sunkara (VP Product Experience at Appdynamics) gave the following presentation on the partnership between Netflix and and App Dynamics. ...
0 replies - 4539 views - 10/17/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
Challenges that led me here
Heated arguments at work regarding how much TDD is enough and how little is too little. How do we find common ground?An...
0 replies - 5467 views - 10/16/12 by Justin Bozonier in Articles
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 - 4424 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 - 4945 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 - 10442 views - 10/10/12 by Zac Gery in Articles
0 replies - 7314 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 - 8933 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 - 3003 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 - 3102 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 - 3320 views - 10/03/12 by Jim Bird in Articles