Let's take a look at an example where we're interested in obtaining parameter values from the stack. In this case, we have a UI thread that called the WaitForMultipleObjects API, and we're interested in the first two parameters passed to WaitForMultipleObjects: the number of synchronization objects for which the thread is waiting, and the array of handles to these objects.
This is from the "Road to Node.js v1.0" event where Isaac Schlueter and Bert Belder talked about what's coming in Node.js v1.0. Here Isaac dives into the state of Node, what will be improved in v1.0 and some of the philosophy guiding Node.js development.
My uses for Google are few to none these days, but sadly, I just can‘t put up with Safari‘s horribly rapacious misuse of resources any longer, so I‘ve started using Chrome.
Believe it or not, PyCon 2013 was two (short) months ago. And those of us on the New Relic Python agent team have been very busy creating new coolness to share with the Python and Django communities at the upcoming DjangoCon Europe!
Last October, I signed up to mentor high school girls in how to develop, pitch and market a mobile application. Technovation Challenge is an awesome program designed to encourage girls to consider careers in technology by developing confidence and teamwork in a supportive environment.
As usual there was a good turn out at the monthly Node.js Dublin event in Engine Yard recently. Although some of the Logentries team have been working with Node.js for some time I have to admit I am a bit of a newbie…
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a pane for drawing that is spinning on its axis (on an html5 canvas object).
Over the past few weeks I have been looking at a preview release of Virident’s vCache software, which is a kernel module and set of utilities designed to provide functionality similar to that of FlashCache.
Python offers many different template engines for web application development to turn your view logic to HTML code on the server and then send the resulting HTML code to a web browser.
This is the second part in a two-part series comparing Virident’s vCache to FlashCache. The first part was focused on usability and feature comparison; in this post, we’ll look at some sysbench test results.
Many developers fell like double' rounding and representation errors and random errors which are wild and uncontrollable. This exercise is intended to help understand what double is really doing.
Today: A full-text client-side search in CSS3, Georgia Tech's online MS in Computer Science for $7,000, 3 new APIs for Android announced at Google I/O, and a Klingon translator!
Let's face it, if you write software it's often hard to distribute it: you have the runtime , the modules you depend on and your software itself. Sure you can package that all but packages ofter require you to have root-privileges to install.
Should be enough to get you stared at least in looking into your DB performance "issues".
Performance auditing is an important issue when you deal with an application which requires high performance. As I searched on the web, I could not find a way of doing that, so I have written a performance auditing library called Caudit.
There’s a lot of different facts about Galera that come into play here, and it isn’t always obvious how they will affect your database workload.
An MIT student recently created a new type of massively distributed database, one that runs on graphical processors instead of CPUs.
I just published the LazySeq library on GitHub - the result of my Java 8 experiments recently. I hope you will enjoy it. Even if you don't find it very useful, it's still a great lesson of functional programming in Java 8 (and in general). Also it's probably the first community library targeting Java 8!
PostgreSQL shows excellent functionalities and performance. Considering its high quality, it may seem strange that PostgreSQL is not more popular. However, PostgreSQL continues to make progress. This article will discuss this database.
Today I will share with you simple trick how to share one browser instance when running many Geb UI tests. This will significantly reduce time needed to execute UI tests and also reduce memory usage on test machines.
In this article, we will discuss the Spring org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanDefinitionStoreException. The article will discuss the most common causes of this exception along with the solution for each one.
In this Webinar I will offer an overview of Performance Schema, focusing on new features that have been added in MySQL 5.6, go over the configuration and spend most time showing how you can use the wealth of information Performance Schema gathers to understand some of the typical performance bottlenecks.
This article is about checking Hibernate's best practices through static code analysis. In a previous post we presented some coding rules that deal with the implementation of . . .