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The 7 Deadly Sins of Solr

07.26.2011
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This whitepaper brought to you by Lucid Imagination.

This is a slideshow from Lucene Revolution 2011.  It covers in-depth each of these seven deadly "sins" when developing a Solr application.

1.      Sloth:
Lack of commitment and taking shortcuts.
2.      Greed: Saving in the short-term only to pay more in the long-term.
3.      Pride: Failing to utilize and recognize the good work of others.
4.      Lust: “Overdoing it” in certain areas and neglecting ones.
5.      Envy: Desiring features that you don’t really need.
6.      Gluttony: Configuration files are too “bloated,”resulting in loss of efficiency.
7.      Wrath: Ignoring complaints and feedback, getting caught up in “getting it done.”

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