At work, we’ve recently upgraded to the latest and greatest stable
version of Solr (3.6), and moved from using the dismax parser to the
0 replies - 2200 views - 07/31/12 by Geoffrey Papilion in Articles
Greetings adventurers! MongoLab is pleased to introduce Dex! We hope he assists you on your quests.
Dex is a MongoDB performance tuning tool, open-sourced...
0 replies - 4370 views - 07/30/12 by Eric Sedor in Articles
No matter where you look, no matter what sources
you follow, if you read up on front-end development you cannot escape
0 replies - 5077 views - 07/29/12 by Niels Matthijs in Articles
Should you ever delay events in your cluster? Kind of interesting
question. As engineers we are used to think that performance matters and
0 replies - 2972 views - 07/27/12 by Dmitriy Setrakyan in Articles
We are delighted to announce we have just teamed up with the guys at
Jelastic to provide Logentries support for Jelastic users …. and to be
0 replies - 3547 views - 07/26/12 by Trevor Parsons in Articles
Page Heap is an extremely useful diagnostic option that you can enable for your Windows application using GFlags or Application Verifier.
When Page Heap is...
0 replies - 3631 views - 07/26/12 by Sasha Goldshtein in Articles
Do you ever wish you could turn a Java object into a stream of bytes as
fast as it can be done in a native language like C++? If you use
0 replies - 6091 views - 07/25/12 by Martin Thompson in Articles
In a previous post, I gave an introduction to gevent to show some
of the benefits your application might get from using gevent
greenlets instead of threads....
0 replies - 5592 views - 07/25/12 by Rick Copeland in Articles
Riak is one databases that uses vector clocks for conflict resolution. I
came across these two blog posts on Basho.com, company which develops
0 replies - 3881 views - 07/25/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
I love to profile applications, because I always learn something that...
0 replies - 4338 views - 07/24/12 by Cody Powell in Articles
Orignal Author, Patrick Moran, New RelicI’m
always fascinated by how tools get adopted and used within companies. I
recently polled our team(s) about...
0 replies - 13570 views - 07/23/12 by Leigh Shevchik in Articles
Original author, Patrick MoranWe’re assembling some helpful performance tips and performance best practices
from around the web – and we want your help!...
0 replies - 11063 views - 07/22/12 by Leigh Shevchik in Articles
Caching keeps frequently accessed objects, images and data closer to
where you need them, speeding up access to websites you hit often.Your
browser is the...
0 replies - 4770 views - 07/21/12 by Sean Hull in Articles
Highly available systems build redundancy into the application and
the architecture layers to mitigate against disasters. Since computing
0 replies - 7351 views - 07/20/12 by Sean Hull in Articles
In this article I’m going to describe a novel solution for making
cached versions of dynamic content available, while attempting to
strike a balance...
0 replies - 6863 views - 07/19/12 by Mats Lindh in Articles
generates documentation and style guide documents from your
stylesheets. It takes the comments from stylesheets and produces HTML
0 replies - 3814 views - 07/18/12 by Hirvesh Munogee in Articles
of proper Java Heap size for a production system is not a
straightforward exercise. In my Java EE enterprise experience, I have
0 replies - 23437 views - 07/18/12 by Pierre - Hugues... in Articles
Testing private methods is something that has traditionally drawn heated debates in the Java world.
The solutions usually fall into 4 categories:
7 replies - 5375 views - 07/17/12 by Axel Fontaine in Articles
For the conclusion, just skip to the last section. One of the more recent Android ADT updates added Android Lint.
Lint will check your Android project for...
0 replies - 8370 views - 07/17/12 by Isaac Taylor in Articles
Dust provides asynchronous templates for the browser and Node.js.
Async/streaming operationBrowser/node compatibilityExtended...
0 replies - 4490 views - 07/16/12 by Hirvesh Munogee in Articles