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The Rise of the Full Stack JavaScript Developer by @dortzur

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JavaScript is everywhere. In the old days, being a JavaScript developer meant that you were a front end web developer. Forever bound to the browser. Those days are gone. The rise of Node.js ushered in a new era. An era where being a JavaScript developer doesn’t necessarily mean a front-end web developer. Read more about...

NodeJS 6.0.0 Release. We tested it

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With the recent release of NodeJS 6.0, we decided to take a nosey and see how it performs compared to older versions of Node. As before, we’ve followed the same pattern – Ubuntu VM running AB pushing a large number of requests (100 concurrent connections) into the Raygun API to see how many requests per...

The design of RavenDB 4.0: Physically segregating collections

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When we started writing RavenDB, the idea of collection was this notion of “just a way to say that those documents are roughly similar”. We were deep in the schemaless nature of the system, and it made very little sense at the time to split different documents. By having all documents in the same location (and by that, I mean that they were all effectively stored in the same physical format and the only way to tell the difference between a User document and an Order document is by reading their metadata), we were able to do some really cool
things. Indexes could operate over multiple collections easily, replication was simple, exporting documents was very natural operation, etc. Over time, we learned by experience that most of the time, documents in separate collections are truly separate. They are processed differently, behave differently, and users expect to be able to operate on them differently. This is mostly visible when users have a large database and try to define an index on a small collection, and are surprised when it can take a while to index. The fact that we need to go over all the documents (because we can’t tell them apart...(Read whole news on source site)

The Morning Brew #2086

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Software ReSharper Ultimate 2016.1.1 is released – Jura Gorohovsky Information Introducing – Jeff Sandquist MSDN/TechNet Being Open Sourced as – Jonathan Allen How to Web with ASP.NET – Jeremy Likness Top New from March 2016 – Kraig Brockschmidt Arithmetic Overflow and Underflow in .Net – Some knitty gritties – Rasik Bihari Tiwari Down […]

Easily delete files recursively matching a pattern on a Mac

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SharePoint, WCF and Azure Trainings: more information
I find myself doing this a lot, so writing out the command for this. Basically, in a complex, super nested AngularJS2 project using TypeScript, before I save my work, I want to delete all the .js and files – recursively through all folders. In usual dev gitignore removes them for me .. but what if I really want them gone from my disk? In terminal, run these two commands- ...(Read whole news on source site)

ASP.NET Core: A More Realistic Starter Kit

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ASP.NET Core is a fascinating platform with many good ideas, but in its present form (RC1)there is a culture shock for experienced ASP.NET developers to experience the effort involved in porting a realistic application. There is an obvious advantage on being able to host an application on any web server, but is this enough to compensate for losing the convenience of an integrated pipeline?