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Gary Sieling07/15/13
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Scaling a DataFrame in Javascript

In a previous article I proposed a thought experiment: one might model SQL Execution Plans in Javascript, and use this to design a database that supports example plans. In this article I will explore the problem from a different angle: a data structure that can to handle massive amounts of data in memory.

Peter Zaitsev07/15/13
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Crash-resistant replication: How to avoid MySQL replication errors

Using Percona Server’s “crash-resistant replication” feature will result in avoiding replication errors. Overall, this is a nice feature that prevents replication delays and slave-synchronization issues.

Sean Hull07/15/13
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Scalability Tips: Greatest Hits

In the past two years we’ve written a ton of material on scalability. Here’s the greatest hits…

Ayende Rahien07/15/13
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Optimize this, dude!

So, we have a performance problem in the managed leveldb implementation. I pulled out dotTrace and looked at the numbers. Do you see where the problem is?

Greg Duncan07/15/13
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Lobbing WCF Into the LOB with the WCF LOB Adapter SDK

The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Line-of-Business Adapter SDK provides for a simplified programming model on top of the WCF Channel Model by adding metadata browsing, searching and retrieving functionality, and development tools for generating and testing adapter code. Learn about it here.

Artem Tabalin07/15/13
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PhoneJS - HTML5 JavaScript Mobile Development Framework

PhoneJS is a single page application (SPA) framework, with view management and URL routing.

Lukas Eder07/15/13
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Usability vs. Reusability

An old article claims that there is always an 'ease of usability' and reusability tradeoff between building a heavyweight, coarse-grained software component with few dependencies (very usable) and a lightweight, fine-grained software component with complex dependencies. Take a look and see what you think...

Daniel Ackerson07/15/13
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Why Teaching Developers to Test is a Good Investment

Test a developer’s software and you’ll find bugs. Teach a developer to test and they can release their software.

Mihai Fonoage07/15/13
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6 iOS technical newsletters that everyone should use

This list includes newsletters focused on Objective-C, as well as weekly screencasts of iOS development links and monthly tutorials for iOS devs and gamers.

Ayende Rahien07/15/13
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Reviewing Lightning memory-mapped database library: Because, damn it!

I decided to resume my attempt to figure out the LMDB codebase. Okay, I did some more figuring out and I think that I know where I went wrong.

Eric Genesky07/15/13
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Lazy Data Migrations to Riak

The NoSQL movement has brought us a wave of new data stores beyond the traditional relational databases . . .

Anoop Madhusudanan07/15/13
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Building a Recommendation Engine: Machine Learning with HDInsight, Mahout, and Hadoop

In this article, we’ll be dealing with extracting some data from a large data set, and building a Recommender using our extracted data.

Larry Franks07/15/13
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Pie in the Sky Links

Here's a list of links on cloud, .NET, Node.js. Ruby, and more. Hopefully you will find them useful and informative.

Eric Genesky07/15/13
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Will Accessibility Rain on Your Cloud Computing Parade?

With the booming popularity of the cloud, a debate has opened up regarding cloud acessibility and security.

Nicolas Frankel07/15/13
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Even Server-Side Devs Should Check Out AngularJS

It is not because I’m a big Vaadin fan that I’m completely rejecting other technologies even before trying them. In this regard, I must stay I’ve been strongly impressed by the AngularJS talk at Devoxx France 2013.