18 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector



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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic over 1 year ago.

In this week's news, we find out how to test your load times the old school way, set up deploy notifications with Tddium and New Relic, and more.

* Solano Labs explains how to set up deploy notifications with Tddium and New Relic.

* DZone has 21 links to Node.js tools, enhancements and libraries.

* So, you want to optimize Ruby . Charles Nutter tells you how to get started.

* Zane Claes describes how he optimized Node.js and MongoDB .

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability over 1 year ago.

It's HighScalability Time:

LHC compute jobs: use 1.5 CPU millennia every 3 days ; Obama helps load test Reddit: 4.3 million page views

Quotable Quotes:

@ secastro : Want to see nearly a terabyte of memory?

@ DZone : Apache Projects are the Justice League of Scalability

Apple And Google Might Be Negotiating Patents . Remember when empires and nation states would have a nice little summer war and then negotiate boundary lines and terms of trade?

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By Joey of Global Nerdy almost 2 years ago.

…Deadly Sins for Windows Phone Developers. An ongoing series in Dzone on what not to do when writing apps.

Some useful blog entries from Matt Lacey:

The 256MB device difference that isn't documented: The 7.1.1 update lets you detect devices with only 256MB RAM, and they support graphics at a maximum of 16 bits per pixel, while devices with more RAM support 32.

Four ways to make money with Windows Phone: Listed in order of likelihood of success, starting …

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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic 2 years ago.

…SiliconANGLE publishes an interesting infographic on the evolution of programming .

- Chris Smith and DZone give us 15 great resources for learning Django.

- Ruby Source publishes their latest update in their Ruby Facets series.

- Partner CloudBees describes how to use the Jenkins Subversion plugin .

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By Simone Carletti of Simone Carletti's Blog almost 4 years ago.

RoboDomain and it has been used in production since November 2009.

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