Why is this significant? It means thatis now the only widely-used SQL implementation that does not support recursive queries. Fifteen years after it was defined in the SQL standard, almost every other SQL database of note has supported this feature:
I used an Open Source vector drawing program called Inkscape to modify a vector image of that our designers made. But because I didn't want the eyes and brainwaves to fall over, I needed a backing to hold it all together. Once I modified the vector drawing to close up all the gaps, I had all the pieces ready to make the jump into 3D.
The Third Dimension
Taking the front and back vector images and turning them into a 3D object required another program, OpenSCAD . …
…especially in the manual. Those fixes were often accepted quickly and I came up to speed on the proper Open Source etiquette of emailing diffs, and since this drastically reduced the work required by the recipient, I got a lot bolder with changes and sent bigger and bigger diffs. I eventually realized that working there would be fun and make things easier, so I asked Monty, and then the real adventure began.
*To accommodate passing parameters along from an URLcrypt, an . Alternatively, you could also use a table the holds tokens, but I find encrypting the account/user id information a more scalable solution. , MIT-licensed Ruby library for ‘elegant' encrypted URLsemail to our app, I've released
…support, earlier access to upcoming changes, and additional rich features on top of the functionality in. Further, Private Chef's basis on open-source Chef also aligns with our own open philosophy allowing us to contribute back to the greater Chef community."
Pretty cool right?
Even cooler is the fact that Chef 11 , continuing its commitment to open sourcing its best practices and tools …played a role in field-testing the code base for
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I've mentioned Star Schema Bechmark: ," but it's been 4 years since that was published. Recently I evaluated column-storage solutions for , InfiniDB and LucidDB Percona and took another look at InfiniDB 4. There was the release of version 4, which I think is worth attention. Toolsbefore in a previous post titled, "
What is interesting in InfiniDB 4 :
Fully OpenSource,. There is no reserved features for version
Chef 11 Client
This release contains new features and some important refactoring of existing parts of the client.
Chef:: Node::Attribute has been completely overhauled. These …
Join us at SCaLE 12x , the / Open Source software expo in . We'll be hosting two workshops as well as great Chef technical presentations from Cloud Integrations Lead, Matt Ray and , Sean O'Meara. Matt will be presenting on Chef deployment on OpenStack on Saturday, February 22nd. If you're an user this is a talk you won't want to miss. O'Meara, fresh off his participation …
…a just in time ( JIT) performance compiler for the web. This free andmodule automates all of the most popular web-performance best practices by dynamically rewriting and optimizing your website assets. Google's shows it off.
Capistrano + + + + + == Deployed
Practical instructions for deploying a Rails app onEC2 using , RVM, Bundler and Unicorn.