Monthly Archives: July 2010

Yahoo Post: “Multi-Core HTTP Server with NodeJS”

The Yahoo! Developer Blog has a nice post about node.js on how they’re running node.js A good comment on news ycombinator: Node.js lets you write server applications in a server container that can handle tens of thousands of concurrent connections in a loosely typed language like Javascript which lets you code faster. It uses the […]

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EMC bought Greenplum

EMC said today that it will acquire private data warehousing company Greenplum in an all-cash transaction, though the terms of the deal were not released. It said that Greenplum will “form the foundation of a new data computing product division within EMC’s Information Infrastructure business.” It’s no secret that digital data is on the rise, […]

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On Solaris

Over the years that I’ve been developing on unix platforms I’ve come in contact with quite a few… Linux (from 2.2 upwards), FreeBSD (version 4 upwards), Solaris (8, 9, 10 on both SPARC and x86), OS X, AIX, HPUX and even VMS. Even though I’ve come into contact with these I’ve not really gotten to […]

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