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O’Reilly Deal on designing scalable systems to 05:00 PT 1 October 2014

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TATWORTH/archive/2014/09/23/orsquoreilly-deal-on-designing-scalable-systems-to-0500-pt-1.aspxO’Reilly are offering 50% off a range of books designing scalable systems to 05:00 PT 1 October 2014 at http://shop.oreilly.com/category/deals/data.do?code=WKDATT. Getting Started with Impala “This practical book shows you how to write, tune, and port SQL queries and other statements for a Big Data environment using Impala, the open source, MPP SQL query engine for Apache Hadoop. The best practices outlined inside help database developers and business analysts design schemas that interoperate with other Hadoop components, are convenient for administers to manage and monitor, and accommodate future expansion in data
size and evolution of software capabilities.” Using Flume “Using Flume shows operations engineers how to configure, deploy, and monitor a Flume cluster, and teaches developers how to write Flume plugins and custom components for their specific use-cases. You’ll learn about Flume’s design and implementation, as well as various features that make it highly scalable, flexible, and reliable. Code examples and exercises are available on GitHub.” Designing Data-Intensive Applications “Want to know how the best software engineers and architects structure their applications to make them scalable, reliable,...(Read whole news on source site)

What is new in RavenDB 3.0: Operations–Optimizations

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One of the important roles operations has is going to an existing server and checking if everything is fine. This is routine maintenance stuff. It can be things like checking if we have enough disk space for our expected growth, or if we don’t have too many indexes. Here is some data from this blog’s production system: Note that we have the squeeze button, for when you need to squeeze every bit of perf out of the system. Let us see what happens when I click it (I used a different production db, because this one was already
optimized). Here is what we get: You can see that RavenDB suggest that we’ll merge indexes, so we can reduce the overall number of indexes we have. We can also see recommendations for deleting unused indexes in general. The idea is that we keep track of those stats and allow you to make decisions based on those stats. So you don’t have to go by gut feeling or guesses....(Read whole news on source site)

The Morning Brew #1700

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Today marks another century in the Morning Brew Software Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 CTP 2 (And More) Available – John Montgomery announces the release of the second Community Technology Preview of Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 CTP 2 (And More) Available – John Montgomery announces the release of the […]

Productive Rage - Implementing F#-inspired "with" updates for immutable classes in C#

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Productive Rage - Implementing F#-inspired "with" updates for immutable classes in C#



article 5 Basic Ways to Improve Performance in C# and more information about the use of the heap and stack can be found at Six important .NET concepts: Stack, heap, value types, reference types, boxing, and unboxing



Go get the code at bitbucket.org/DanRoberts/updatewith!





Or alternatively, pull the NuGet package straight down from nuget.org/packages/CSharpImmutableUpdateWith.



 

Update (19th September 2014): There's been quite a lot of interest in

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