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It's very easy nowaday to take photos, but as it's nearly free, any people takes lot of them. It is necessary then to store them, backup them, edit them, spread them to the parents and friends. Linux is very good at making this, all the necessary tools are here, but some organization is necessary.I will share my workflow including writing scripts to make the process easy.This workshop can a...
BEST DA HOOD LOCK FREE SCRIPT [ SHOWCASE]
I find what I did hardly combative. It's true, on wikipedia I took part in some endless debates, but this was due to my misapprehension that the one who delivers the best arguments wins. Instead, I was blocked by admins with whom I should not have debated. But I never insulted anyone. --Mathmensch (talk) 14:01, 26 March 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Chris Richardson of microservices.io and author of the book Microservice Patterns discuss microservice patterns which constitute a set of best practices and building-block solutions to problems inherent microservice architecture.
Mike Barker talks with Sven Johann about the architecture of the LMAX system. LMAX is a low-latency, high-throughput trading platform. Their discussion begins with what LMAX does; the origins of LMAX; and extreme performance requirements faced by LMAX. They then delve into systems that LMAX communicates with; LMAX users; the two main components of the system (broker and exchange); Mechanical Sympathy as an architectural driver; message flow using the Disruptor library; and lock-free algorithms. Mike and Sven wrap up by discussing how a well modeled domain model can improve the performance of any system; automated (performance) tests; continuous delivery; and measuring response times. 041b061a72