In a desire to stay relevant, I have been spending some time taking a look
at Node.js. Why? I believe it is always a good idea
o take a look at whatever the new hawtness is, if only to evaluate it’s
suitability for use within your own applications. Sometimes it is also
a good idea to see if you can wrap your brain around it.
So I went and bought a good bundle of ebooks about Node
and started going through the tutorial code.
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In case you missed it, last week Jim Benedetto, CTO of Gravity, shared an interesting idea on GigaOM for how to push the semantic web forward. He writes, “Everyone is always asking me how big our ontology is. How many nodes are in y... Read Post
Gcache and IST The Gcache is a memory-based cache of recent Galera transactions that is local to each node in a cluster. If a node leaves and rejoins the cluster, it can use the gcache from another node that stayed in the cluster (... Read Post