No matter how fast today’s computers and networks are, the users will
constantly need faster and faster services. To reduce the volume of the
1 replies - 6051 views - 01/10/12 by Stoimen Popov in Articles
I wrote about binary search
in my previous post, which is indeed one very fast searching algorithm,
but in some cases we can achieve even faster results....
2 replies - 8908 views - 01/03/12 by Stoimen Popov in Articles
The binary search is perhaps the most famous and best suitable search
algorithm for sorted arrays. Indeed when the array is sorted it is
useless to check...
1 replies - 7407 views - 12/27/11 by Stoimen Popov in Articles
This is the easiest to implement and the most frequently used search
algorithm in practice. Unfortunately the sequential search is also the
4 replies - 9281 views - 11/29/11 by Stoimen Popov in Articles
Now that the latest release of OpenShift Flex has a much simpler method for running a NoSQL server, we're going to look at a tutorial by Mark Atwood that takes...
1 replies - 4546 views - 11/17/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
If you ran into the same problem installing Apache Solr 3.x on Drupal 7.x as one user on Drupal's forum, you're in luck. That same user figured it out and...
1 replies - 6916 views - 11/11/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
I’ve been really positive about Cloud Foundry, seeing it as doing the sort of things for PaaS that OpenStack
does for IaaS. If Cloud Foundry succeeds in...
1 replies - 5384 views - 11/08/11 by Ben Kepes in News
Let's say we want to run PHP but we have only an available hosting for Java. An example provided from Resin documentation would be to have an easy way to...
2 replies - 5498 views - 11/01/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
as the LAMP stack provided a core foundation next gen for web
applications, Cloud Foundry is providing a core foundation for next gen
0 replies - 6286 views - 08/26/11 by Chris Keene in News
Continuing the August job trends month we have another installment. Today, we are looking at NoSQL
job trends. In this edition, I have not changed the list...
0 replies - 14971 views - 08/20/11 by Robert Diana in News
There, I said it.
I know it’s fashionable to mock PHP for its antiquated syntax and semantic quirks, but I just like it. Here is why.
PHP is like...
7 replies - 6526 views - 08/11/11 by Cedric Beust in News
Hush, Cédric Beust just admitted he likes PHP. He cites the following reasons:
PHP is like CPHP never let me downPHP is robustPHP’s documentation is...
7 replies - 3231 views - 08/10/11 by Krishna Kumar in Articles
First of all I must say im relatively new to the whole PHP scene. Coming
from an OOP background with mostly Java/C++ experience I must say the
8 replies - 7539 views - 08/08/11 by Dinuka Arseculeratne in Articles
Everybody knows that using prepared statements for your database
access greatly improves latency times. My point, in this blog post, is
that it can also...
6 replies - 9642 views - 05/26/11 by Liran Zelkha in News
this post ill shed some light on how to make a simple PHP webservice.
This tutorial is the first in a serie that will show how to get data
3 replies - 23509 views - 04/28/11 by Mark Mooibroek in News