Bringing a programmer in for an interview and a coding test can lead
to some interesting experiences, both for the interviewer and the
9 replies - 22970 views - 05/02/12 by Brian Kelly in Articles
It makes sense doesn't it? Google taking some of its server farms and building a 'Big Data' service along the lines of Google App Engine or Amazon Elastic...
0 replies - 6965 views - 05/02/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Read this Computerworld posting: Should the CIO know how to code?
The answer is "Yes."
The examples of "well-functioning non-technical...
2 replies - 9352 views - 05/02/12 by Steven Lott in Articles
We have been testing the MySQL RDS Service from Amazon here at RF, and so far it looks good for what we use MySQL for. We don't have that much data left in...
0 replies - 4570 views - 02/22/12 by Anders Karlsson in Articles
As you probably know, I have been doing RDBMS work for many years, some
25+ years by now. At Recorded Future I am the database architect, and
1 replies - 5179 views - 12/01/11 by Anders Karlsson in Articles
There are a lot of considerations for deploying MySQL in the Cloud.
Some concepts and details won't be obvious to DBAs used to deploying on
3 replies - 7400 views - 11/10/11 by Sean Hull in Articles
Once a development or operations team gets over the hurdle of
open-source, and start to feel comfortable with the way software works
outside of the...
0 replies - 5389 views - 09/21/11 by Sean Hull in News
There are a lot of scalability challenges we see with clients over
and over. The list could easily include 20, 50 or even 100 items, but
we shortened it...
0 replies - 9793 views - 07/31/11 by Sean Hull in News
In a blog post following a recent report by the 451 Group, Matthew Aslett, a senior
analyst for the research firm, defines the term “NewSQL”
as a new...
0 replies - 6535 views - 07/01/11 by Razi Sharir in News
Matt Aslett from the 451 group created a term called “NewSQL”. On the definition of NewSQL, Aslett writes:
“NewSQL” is our shorthand for the various...
0 replies - 9434 views - 04/08/11 by Liran Zelkha in News
What does 2011 hold for
your database? Below are our main predictions for the year ahead:
Database models and alternatives settle back on SQL
2 replies - 7526 views - 04/05/11 by Razi Sharir in News
This is a guest post by Baron Schwartz that was posted on Peter Zaitsev's blog Before I begin, a disclaimer. VoltDB is not a customer, and did
0 replies - 8340 views - 03/01/11 by Peter Zaitsev in News
Java is a great language. It manages memory for you, teaches us about
object-oriented programming, and makes us better coders as we use it.
Plus, it really...
6 replies - 15436 views - 12/22/10 by Bhaskar Sunkara in Articles
It was two years ago when Sun released MySQL 5.1. Today the open source project's formidable user base will finally get the next major release, MySQL 5.5. ...
0 replies - 27812 views - 12/17/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
I wrote couple of weeks ago on dangers
of bad cache design. Today I’ve been troubleshooting the production
down case which had fair amount of issues...
0 replies - 5505 views - 11/24/10 by Peter Zaitsev in News