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Ramblings :: Swarming Raspberry Pi, Part 2: Registry & Mirror

This episode will consist of a quick aside to build a Docker Registry Mirror. Previous: Part 1 Why Do We Need a Mirror?? The Docker Registry is, to my mind, one of the greatest contributors to the rap...

Running with Rails – Dev Blog not only for Rails fanatics :: Exceptions should not be expected – stop using them for control flow (or any other logic handling) in Ruby

If your exceptions aren't exceptions but expectations, you're doing it wrong. Here's an example what programmers tend to do: I've seen also few cases, when exceptions parameters were used to p...

Max De Marzi :: Triggers in Neo4j

One of the often overlooked features in Neo4j is the "TransactionEventHandler" capabilities\u2026 better known in the database world as "Triggers". When a transaction occurs, we can analyze that ...

Saturn Flyer :: The 4 Rules of East-oriented Code: Rule 3

When I set out to create my presentation for RubyConf, I wanted to provide the audience with something they could easily try. By doing that, one could walk away and put themselves in a position to thi...

Deep dive into MySQL’s innochecksum tool

One of our Percona Support customers recently reported that Percona XtraBackup failed with a page corruption error on an InnoDB table. The customer thought it was a problem or bug in the Percona XtraBackup tool. After investigation we found that an InnoDB page...

J-_-L :: Get your Microscope for MicroLogger: A small Logger on Top of MicroEvent.rb

Being impressed by MicroEvent.js I played with the thought to use such a library not only in JavaScript, but also in Ruby. The design pattern of this kind of message passing is called observer pattern...

Transcending Frontiers :: Product Spotlight: Tibco ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks

We've recently had some interest in\xa0BusinessWorks development so it seems like a great time to answer the question: What is Tibco ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks? From the BusinessWorks website: The pla...

Ruby support in Firefox Developer Edition 38

It was a long-time request from East Asian users, especially Japanese users, to have ruby support in the browser. Formerly, because of the lack of native ruby support in Firefox, users had to install add-ons like HTML Ruby to make ruby work. However, in Firefox...