Archive for the 'ruby' Category

High Scalability – High Scalability – Iron.io Moved From Ruby to Go: 28 Servers Cut and Colossal Clusterf**ks Prevented

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

sometimes language makes a difference ( i.e ruby is too low for a service stack )

High Scalability – High Scalability – Iron.io Moved From Ruby to Go: 28 Servers Cut and Colossal Clusterf**ks Prevented

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

sometimes language makes a difference ( i.e ruby is too low for a service stack )

High Scalability – High Scalability – Iron.io Moved From Ruby to Go: 28 Servers Cut and Colossal Clusterf**ks Prevented

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

sometimes language makes a difference ( i.e ruby is too low for a service stack )

How Basecamp Next got to be so damn fast without using much client-side UI – (37signals)

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Interesting notes from 37signals about caching approach. (Make sure to read the comments, there is a message from Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon)

How Basecamp Next got to be so damn fast without using much client-side UI – (37signals)

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Interesting notes from 37signals about caching approach. (Make sure to read the comments, there is a message from Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon)

libgit2: a linkable library for Git

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

normal git library, cab be used to create bindings to git (not libgit.a horror from official gir project )

[cross-lang object serialization library] The MessagePack Project

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

“MessagePack is a binary-based efficient object serialization library. It enables to exchange structured objects between many languages like JSON. But unlike JSON, it is very fast and small.” cpan Data::MessagePack

Apache passenger vs nginx mongrel | Matt-Darby.com

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

comparing 2 popular ways to deploy ruby-on-rails app

PWN Your Infrastructure

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

notes about [web] infrastructure monitoring from well-known game company (call of duty, gitar hero).

Beanstalkd – Software – xph.us [distributed, in-memory workqueue service]

Monday, August 31st, 2009

seems to a rare thing: a message queue server, running as a native code