You got performance in my scalability! You got scalability in my performance! Two great tastes that taste great together:
@ jasoncbooth : Tired of the term # . I would like to coin NRDS (pronounced "nerds"), standing for Non Relational Data Store.
@ zenfeed : One lesson I learn about scalability, is that it has a LOT to do with simplicity and consistency.
Ray Walters : Quad-core chips in mobile phones is nothing but a marketing snow job
…designers, then "suits", is a MacBook Pro ( Quad-core i7 running at 2.2 , 4 GB RAM and hooray, the trackpad supports right-clicking). It's sleek, it's sexy, and I'm just as fond of it as I was of my favourite "axe" when I was a : the Dellasaurus (a ridiculously souped-up orange 17″ Dell with 16 gigs of RAM). M6500
The problem is that in an office where fifty or so people have the exact same machine, …
…. It's essentially a kick-ass server machine packed into a 17" laptop body. It has a quad-core To borrow a line from my hero "It is so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up." Bueller:i7 chip, RAM, 1GB video RAM, mechanical and solid state hard drive, and it runs and rips DVDs simultaneously without skipping a beat.
The bars are great for hanging out or working solo or in pairs. If you're …
…speeds up e.g. action_pack test-suite by 200%. Finally a good excuse for buying Dual/ Quad-Core. Speedup those tests, go parallel!
Schema-Free MySQL vs NoSQL (with help from Ruby) There is no reason why we can't have a schema-free engine to compete with the solutions. A look at what "schema-free" and "document-oriented" actually means, and the ruby code to make it work .