…Cloud are absolute "must haves" when considering a Cloud Platform such as Google's. So one might ask, "What is the ultimate New Relic developer experience like on the Google Cloud Platform"? Well, from the 30,000 foot view it's this:
The Google developer signs up for an account and deploys his/her appropriate web app language agent. They make sure that the agent is relaying performance metrics to the web based UI. Then, the developer would simply add …
…got 20M unique visitors in 20 days, faster than Google+ launch. Took 2 years & 4 years to hit .
Thomas A. Edison: I start where the last man left off.
@ brycebaril : I've never had a tech conference toy with my emotions like this year's # realtimeconf
Great explanation of the Chaos Kong is Coming: A Look At The Global Cloud and CDN Powering Netflix : …people don't know, their .
…rolling out a new system that forces commenters to use their Google+ profiles, and also moves more relevant comments (i.e., those from the original poster, people you know and "popular personalities") to the top. And has shut down the conversation altogether, arguing that trolls are " bad for science ."is
We ultimately retained comments because there's no denying the value of a true dialogue. There's a lot to be said …
…signs are pointing to this being true. Keep reading to learn more about Go - originally thought up by Google - including where it may be going in the future.
The History of Go from Google
Go or golang was created by Google back in 2007. It was created by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson and has a syntax similar to the C programming language. That's where the similarities end, though, because Go is definitely a new way of getting a computer to do something.
Thank you to the many Postgres committers for a rock-solid and always-improving database.
Debating Storyboards vs. Nibs vs. Code
In Storyboards vs. NIBs vs. Code: The Great Debate! , you can watch a debate that took place in a Google+ hangout on October 1 between three developers over which way is the optimal way to build user interfaces. Cesare Rocchi argues for code, Tammy Coron takes the pro-nib argument, and Felipe Laso Marsetti sides with , which seems to be pushing hard. It's interesting lunchtime viewing:
…Promoter Score. Net Promoter Score is a tool that for-profit companies like Apple, Google, will use to measure their brand strength. And while it's certainly not directly related to impact in some senses, when we think about impact as a nonprofit traditionally and as it pertains to Kiva, you think about the delta in income created, employment opportunities created, are you sending kids to school, all those sorts of things. But I think in a world where, as Christie mentioned, feedback …
…this video of the same chinese ribbons from a 3rd person perspective. Then I shared them to Google+, sadly I can embed them in my blog.
Then I accidentally started a hangout with EVERYONE in all of my google circles. Luckily I don't really use Google+ that much, so I *only* invited 82 people to my hangout! Most of my friends and acquaintances were fairly entertained.
I have all sorts of ideas for apps, mostly silly and fun, some serious. Looking forward to exploring more... …
Using . to access the Google+ API
Yes, you too can build all such applications and many more .
Rubyists using Sinatra talked to and gave us their views on:
Sinatra: Some Questions from Newbies
The "interview tips and tricks" A conversation with hangout video: / development manager Kyle Richter about making the most of your job interview.
If you've just come from a job interview and didn't think it went well, you can console yourself by reading about a recent job interview of mine that I blew six ways from Sunday. It's covered in this article, with this follow-up .