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  1. McLaren P1 delivery at Texas World Speedway


    from Wilso Productions Liked 1,266 2 0

    Texas World Speedway provided the venue for the track side delivery of a McLaren P1 by Park Place automotive group of DFW. The owner clocked the car’s first 200 miles looping the 2.9 mile road…

  2. A tour of the language landscape - Yan Cui


    from NDC Conferences Liked 901 13 2

    There seems to be a new programming language every week, and for us busy developers we just don't have the time to keep up with them. But have you wondered what we might haved missed out on whilst…

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    • Stuart Halloway: Introduction to Clojure


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      Clojure is a powerful dynamic language that compiles to many target environments, including the JVM, JavaScript, and the CLR. In this talk, you will learn how to think in Clojure, and why you should…

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      • Kyle Kingsbury (@aphyr) presents Riemann


        from Librato Liked 1,987 7 2

        Riemann is an event stream processor for low-latency monitoring of distributed systems--from server status to application metrics. It provides powerful, composable stream primitives and integrates…

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        • Distributing systems in Scala with Finagle, Julio Capote (Twitter)


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          Distributing Systems in Scala with Finagle Twitter's various backend services work in concert to serve hundreds of thousands of requests per second to millions of concurrent users. This is…

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          • Andrew Gerrand - Go: a simple programming environment - Railsberry 2013


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            "Go is a general-purpose language that bridges the gap between efficient statically typed languages and productive dynamic language. But it’s not just the language that makes Go special…

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            • Gregory Young - Querying Events


              from Erlang Solutions Liked 592 9 0

              Code Mesh London is the best place in Europe for non-mainstream tech and programming languages. On 4-5 December 2013 over 50 inventors and originators of the most innovative languages and technologies…

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              • Postgres The Bits You Haven't Found, Heroku's Peter van Hardenberg at Waza 2013


                from heroku Liked 5,083 43 0

                Heroku's data wrangler Peter van Hardenberg (aka PVH) took to the Waza stage to present on "Postgres: The Bits You Haven't Found." For more on Waza https://waza.heroku.com/2013…

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                • Katrina Owen - 467 tests, 0 failures, 0 confidence - Railsberry 2013


                  from Railsberry Liked 2,562 33 1

                  "Your tests failed. Again. And they didn't just fail, they failed you. There was no bug. There was no regression. You changed something trivial - an implementation detail - and your app…

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                  • Monad Tutorial, Part 1 (Monads as Deciders / Identity Monad)


                    from Brian Marick Liked 5,018 51 10

                    Yet Another Monad Tutorial. This one is heavy on pictures, light on odd terminology, definitions, and formalism. It assumes some familiarity with Lisp. (It uses the Clojure dialect.)

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                    • Immutable data stores - Datomic vs EventStore


                      from JavaZone Liked 1,764 16 2

                      Never change your data If you are used to traditional databases, then to only append and never update your data may sound like a crazy idea. However, not only does this enable historical queries,…

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                      • Exploring Datomic


                        from Øredev Conference Liked 2,208 13 1

                        Datomic is a new database with an intriguing distributed architecture. It separates reads, writes and storage, allowing them to scale independently. Queries run inside your application code using…

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