As in all cases of designing a complex system, no matter if a new building, a new space shuttle, a new computer or a new software application is to be designed, an architecture provides a kind of master plan for defining the structure of the system. Any good architecture is based on the fundamental
A small set of C# classes/projects that create a simple cache component that interacts with Redis
Enough is enough. The post Dear Internet: It's Time to Fix This Mess You Made appeared first on WIRED.
Dear Developer, Have you ever wondered how your competitors knockout profitable products month after month? And how they get so much done in less time? No matter how many hours you work, you feel like you’ll never able to accomplish … The post What type of offshore software development outsourcing is right for you? appeared first on - Snyxius.
I just started working on free image tools. I often have to quickly convert between various image formats and all online tools are filled with ads, popups and other crap. I decided to create my own online image tools. No ads, nonsense or garbage. Show More Summary
This #WCW is dedicated to you. The post The Good People of the Internet Love Leslie Jones appeared first on WIRED.
We spent a lot of time unpacking Frank Ocean's latest release(s) on this week's culture podcast. Join us, won't you? The post Culture Podcast: We Indulge in Some Necessary Frank Oceanography About Blonde appeared first on WIRED.
(Yet Another) Investigation of WPF Templates
The article provides a comparative analysis and gives patterns of using explicit locks to manage concurrent access to database documents (data split over multiple tables) in MS SQL Server, MySql, PostgreSql and Oracle. As it turned out, the solution is not always obvious or simple.
Speaker: Alessandro Lai @AlessandroLai Bugs are introduced in our code almost everyday, one way or another, even if we do our best to avoid it. Often, we need to identify where a bug originated to fix it, but we have to sift through a long history of commits to do that. Git comes to the … The post Bug Hunting with Git Bisect appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Lava flows from Kilauea have added over 5 acres to the island of Hawai'i and the lava keeps coming. The post Lava Flows Added 5 Acres to Hawaii’s Shoreline This Month appeared first on WIRED.
The Winnipeg City’s NOW (Neighbourhoods Of Winnipeg) Portal is an initiative to create a complete neighbourhood web portal for its citizens. At the core of the project we have a set of about 47 fully linked, integrated and structured datasets of things of interests to Winnipegers. Show More Summary
The company shelled out $10 million for director Kenneth Lonergan Sundance hit—and now it's giving the movie a limited release in November. The post Manchester By The Sea Trailer: Amazon's First Oscar Bait appeared first on WIRED.
When unreported bugs get out, every petty criminal and curious teen starts taking advantage of them. The post Of Course People Immediately Started Exploiting the Leaked NSA Vulnerabilities appeared first on WIRED.
Last week my family and I went on a cruise to Alaska with four other families and we didn’t die. Not that we should expect to die on a cruise, but being confined with a bunch of kids on a giant hunk of steel has a way of making one consider one’s mortality.
Failover does not cut it anymore. You need an ALWAYS ON architecture with multiple data centers. -- Martin Van Ryswyk, VP of Engineering at DataStax Failover, switching to a redundant or standby system when a component fails, has a long and checkered history as a way of dealing with failure. Show More Summary
New frontiers in the art of the crumple zone. The post Germany's NASA Crashes a Train to Keep You Safe appeared first on WIRED.
Technology suppliers Mobileye and Delphi announce a big-deal partnership. The post Lazy Automakers Can Just Buy Self-Driving Cars From Delphi appeared first on WIRED.
Saving for your retirement is a no-brainer. But does Betterment make sense for Uber drivers? The post Uber Now Offers Retirement Funds. But Will Drivers Even Care? appeared first on WIRED.