23 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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O 'Reilly Radar

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By Joey of Global Nerdy over 1 year ago.
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A day after Tobi's tweet, O'Reilly Radar posted Why We Need Go , an article featuring a video interview with Google developer, Canadian geek, co-creator of UTF-8 and one of the co-creators of Go, Rob Pike:

A couple of days after that, Jordan Orelli posted Why I Went From Python to Go (and Not Node.js) on his blog. As a Python programmer searching for a suitable way to write concurrent server-side code, he was disappointed with his options:

...concurrency …

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By Nati Shalom of High Scalability 2 years ago.
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Edd Dumbill wrote an interesting article on O'Reilly Radar covering the current solutions for running Big Data in the Cloud

Big data and cloud technology go hand-in-hand. Big data needs clusters of servers for processing, which clouds can readily provide.

Big PaaS

Edd touched briefly on the role of PaaS for delivering Big Data applications in the cloud

Beyond IaaS, several cloud services provide application layer support for big data work. Sometimes …

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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic 2 years ago.
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…Jordan Holberg, describes how Joyent and New Relic helped get his business off the ground.

- O'Reilly Radar talks about the NoSQL movement .

- Our partner Engine Yard doubles their year over year revenue.

- Quora asks @ SweetLew how New Relic first gained traction .

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By Jesse Robbins of Chef Blog over 2 years ago.
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So I joined the O'Reilly Radar, I created the Velocity Web Performance and Operations Conference, and that through that I met Adam Jacob, who showed me Chef in its infancy. We shared a lot of really strong opinions about how infrastructure automation could be improved, how there weren't tools that we sort of felt met our needs. And I wrote the plan for Opscode along with my co-founders, and we created Opscode, got it funded, launched Chef as a product, launched Opscode-hosted…

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By Joey of Global Nerdy over 3 years ago.
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"Want a job? Learn SharePoint!" said the article in O'Reilly Radar last year. The U.S. and Canadian federal governments, banks, businesses and all manner of organizations with lots of people, projects and collaboration love SharePoint and are looking for developers. The natural follow-up to "Want a job? Learn SharePoint!" is Want to learn SharePoint? Come to SharePoint Saturday !

SharePoint Saturday takes place on Saturday, November …

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability 4 years ago.
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O'Reilly Radar's James Turner conducted a very informative interview with Joe Stump, current CTO of SimpleGeo and former lead architect at Digg , in which Joe makes some of his usually insightful comments on his experience using Cassandra vs MySQL. As Digg started out with a MySQL oriented architecture and has recently been moving full speed to Cassandra, his observations on some of their lessons learned and the motivation for …

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By Fabio Akita of AkitaOnRails.com - English over 1 year ago.
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Opscode really starts when we met Jesse. He had written an article for O'Reilly Radar about "Operations being the new secret sauce" (http://radar.oreilly.com/2007/10/operations-is-a-competitive-ad.html) for startups. He and I met for coffee, became friends, and stayed in touch. Jesse understands operations culture at a visceral level, and he's very well connected to a huge community of like-minded people that I didn't even know existed.

As our consulting company …

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