DynamoDB, based on NoSQL, uses solid-state drives to increase speed.
On February 22nd 2012 a brand new event is being launched at the Brighton Metropole hotel covering all things testing related. TestFest 2012 is a one day event with a difference – forget your closed sessions with bullet pointed PowerPoint decks – this conference is all about the interaction. According to the website, “Testfest is a new and exciting event, bringing testing and QA communities of the ‘traditional commercial’ teams and the game industry teams together to learn from each other and network into one big community”. I got the insider view when I grabbed a quick chat with Chris
Ambler, MD of Testing Stuff who set the whole thing up along with his son Dave, Operations Director at the same company. What made you want to set up a brand new testing event? I’ve been going to conferences for the past 10+ years, I’ve been to big conferences, small meet ups in bars and everything in between. I’ve attended as a delegate, a speaker, an exhibitor and even helped organise a few. I’ve really become disillusioned with them over the past few years, they’ve become old and stale and lost track of what they’re trying to achieve. Rather than just...(Read whole news on source site)
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1. Those who persevere win. Be resilient and wel-come ailure. That’s how you become a better businessperson.
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Developers using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 can now highlight their skills and get recognised via the Visual Studio Achievements . The Visual Studio Achievements is a Visual Studio plug-in created by Microsoft Channel 9 Team that enabled the developers to unlock badges and compete against one another based on the code they write and the [...]
I’m Back If you are following my Blog, you could see that in the last couple of weeks I disappeared a little. This post is being written just to let you know that I’m fine and returned to work after two weeks “vacation”. I’ll return writing posts about development soon so stay tuned. As always, if you need my assistance you can contact me through my blog, my twitter account, or send me an email through the blog’s contact form. I’ll do my best to answer every question that you ask even if the
The Full Stack project resumes with a bang as Jon Galloway and I talk with John Papa about MVVM design. For the complete article and hyperlinks, please visit my blog at http://JesseLiberty.com