Recently I’ve heard that Heroku allows deployment of Java applications in it’s Cedar stack. Having no real software idea I decided I’ll give it a try and just configure SOMETHING to work on Heroku. I…
The needs to go faster to market and cut costs, dominating the industry lately, are significantly changing the landscape of software quality. Many pillars of successful quality strategies in the past are just slowing down delivery too much. We will have to find better ways to provide build in quality into our systems, track and
Reinventing Software Quality
When you create tables and insert data, what’s SQL Server doing behind the scenes? How do your rows become part of the files on disk? This session isn’t about solving problems. It’s about just going fishing inside SQL Server to see what’s going on behind the scenes. We’ll use undocumented commands like DBCC PAGE to…
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How Does SQL Server Store Data?
The engineer says for $7,500 a month, Amazon will guarantee they will be on dedicated hardware, and not just have the IP addresses segmented through the VPC. Noisy neighbors are usually only a problem for larger customers though, he says. … Continue reading →
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A peek inside AWS
RAM prices have plummeted and servers with tens or even hundreds of Gigabytes of memory have become common these days. What this means to your application’s architecture and deployment topology is important. On heap caching of data within enterprise application is a common example. Yet how do you make the best use of all that memory ?…
SizeOf in Java: Because Size Does Matter!
Maybe it’s all the time I spend with startups, but while I strongly value Scrum’s ideas behind self-organizing teams & continual feedback – I can’t help but feel Kanban represents the next level…
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Kanban is the New Scrum