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Redis Everywhere

February 14, 2014 at 04:45 PM    


Great slides with awesome tips from a talk given at Sunshine PHP. Implementation case studies, when to use redis and not as well as a comparison between phpredis and predis.

Link: Redis Everywhere


Arch Linux Amazon EC2 AMIs - February 2014 Update

February 07, 2014 at 08:00 AM    


Arch Linux EC2 AMIs have been updated. This release includes a patch for CVE-2014-0038. If you are using these images you should upgrade to the latest kernel (LTS or mainstream).

Onboarding New Users Is Harder Than You Think

December 03, 2013 at 02:04 AM    


Really great points and techniques that anyone running a web service with a sign-up process should look at and learn from.

Link: Onboarding New Users Is Harder Than You Think


Rackspace Launches Performance Cloud Servers

November 05, 2013 at 02:08 PM    


All these stats talk about possible peaks. The valleys are what you need to look at when it comes to cloud performance. It is not about how fast it can go as much as how slow it might be. 1000 IOPS is great but if it occasionally drops to 15 that's a problem. Amazon is slower but more consistent, and that is something that you can plan around. I look forward to benchmarking these Rackspace offerings on my own to see how they compare.

Link: Rackspace Launches Performance Cloud Servers


The Slash Programming Language

October 26, 2013 at 12:22 PM    


Looks neat. PHP esque + python string manipulation model is very tempting. My personal blog uses Mako which is embedded-python templates.

Link: The Slash Programming Language


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