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distributed systems primer, updated


over 7 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
Well, it’s been a long time. But! I have five papers to add to my original distributed systems primer: coordination CRDTs: Consistency Without Concurrency...

distributed systems primer, updated


over 7 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
Well, it’s been a long time. But! I have five papers to add to my original distributed systems primer: coordination CRDTs: Consistency Without Concurrency...

distributed systems primer, updated


over 7 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
Well, it’s been a long time. But! I have five papers to add to my original distributed systems primer: coordination CRDTs: Consistency Without Concurrency...

object allocations on the web


~8 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
How many objects does a Rails request allocate? Here are Twitter’s numbers: API: 22,700 objects per request Website: 67,500 objects per request Daemons...

object allocations on the web


~8 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
How many objects does a Rails request allocate? Here are Twitter’s numbers: API: 22,700 objects per request Website: 67,500 objects per request Daemons...

object allocations on the web


~8 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
How many objects does a Rails request allocate? Here are Twitter’s numbers: API: 22,700 objects per request Website: 67,500 objects per request Daemons...

scribe client


~8 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
I’ve released Scribe 0.1, a Ruby client for the Scribe remote log server. sudo gem install scribe Usage is simple: client = Scribe.new client.log...

scribe client


~8 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
I’ve released Scribe 0.1, a Ruby client for the Scribe remote log server. sudo gem install scribe Usage is simple: client = Scribe.new client.log...

scribe client


~8 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
I’ve released Scribe 0.1, a Ruby client for the Scribe remote log server. sudo gem install scribe Usage is simple: client = Scribe.new client.log...

ree


~8 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
We recently migrated Twitter from a custom Ruby 1.8.6 build to a Ruby Enterprise Edition release candidate, courtesy of Phusion. Our primary motivation...