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Esen Sagynov12/19/12
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When you should and should NOT use ENUM data type

ENUM is a new enumerated data type introduced in CUBRID 9.0. Like in all programming languages, the ENUM type is a data type composed of a set of static, ordered values. Users can define numeric and string values for ENUM columns.

Leigh Shevchik12/19/12
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5 Reasons to Implement a Content Delivery Network (CDN)

By now, we’re all familiar with the adage that “content is king” on the interwebs. That still may be the case — but even a king has limits.

Tommy Patterson12/19/12
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Be Victor in Your Virtualization Environment (Part 1)

Do you ever feel like your Windows server is not performing well in the VMware environment, as if it were a sponsor-less contestant in the arena of the annual hunger games?

Mitch Pronschinske12/19/12
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What’s New in Mingle 12.4?

We all know there are countless project management tools out there. One of the more Agile among them, Mingle, had a new release. And another tool, Go for Continuous Delivery, has OpenJDK support now.

Peter Lawrey12/19/12
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Object Resurrection

After an object which overrides finalize() is collected it is added to a finalization queue to be cleaned up after calling the finalize() method of each object. By what happens if you resurrect the object?

Eric Genesky12/19/12
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Performance Architects Presents NoSQL Databases

Here's a recent introduction to NoSQL technologies. It covers the current definition of NoSQL, uses of NoSQL databases, types, differences from relational databases, and the role of NoSQL and Business Intelligence.

Larry Franks12/19/12
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December Cloud Links from Pie in the Sky

It's been crazy this week, trying to get everything done before people disappear for vacation. Here's some early December links . . .

Eric Genesky12/19/12
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The First Redis Hosting Service on Azure

The VMblog recently announced that Garanitia Data will be releasing both a Redis Cloud and Memcached Cloud on the Windows Azure platform as a service.

Josh Adell12/19/12
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Path Finding with Neo4j

The thing that makes graphing databases useful is the ability to find relationship paths from one node to another.

Krishna Prasad12/19/12
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Container based Security and Spring Security

One of the materials on internet that talks about the differences between Container based Security framework and Spring Security is Spring Security FAQ.

Zac Gery12/19/12
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Code Reviews: Understanding and Breaking the Stigma

The phrase "code review" can evoke a negative or emotional response from many programmers.

Ayende Rahien12/19/12
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RavenDB Indexing Optimizations, Step III - Skipping the Disk Altogether

With the new prefetching, we can parallelize the indexing & the I/O fetching. That is good, but the obvious optimization is actually not going to the disk at all.

Ryan Sukale12/19/12
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Git : Status Of Working And Staged Files

The status command gives you the the names of the files which you are tracking but have certain changes in them relative to your last commit.

Nishant Chandra12/19/12
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MySQL Performance Considerations

An overview of some performance considerations when working with MySQL

Eric Genesky12/19/12
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On Building Rails Apps on Heroku

The Build podcast recently uploaded a useful 15-minute video on Heroku, a popular online platform for easy deployment and scaling of applications.