Posts Tagged ‘Research and Development’

Performance Evaluation: MongoDB over NetApp E-Series

The study embodies the performance test results of a sharded MongoDB cluster over NetApp E-Series E5600 under the three scenarios.

Things that I Hate as a Web Developer

May 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Eugene Melnikov
Learn about the issues that puzzle web developers most: wrong function usage, poor quality of plugins, etc.

Visual Studio Code Really Surprised Me

February 25, 2016 | 0 Comments | Rodrigo Bournissent
Microsoft released a new open-source IDE.

“Q Sectors”: Global Digital Transformation Leads to Economic Growth

January 6, 2016 | 0 Comments | Roger Strukhoff
The most advanced sectors of a nation's economy lead to overall growth. A survey of these "Q Sectors" will reveal global stars, as well as diamonds in the rough.

Love Ruby on Rails

November 6, 2015 | 0 Comments | Eugene Melnikov
This blog post compares Ruby on Rails and Node.js across a number of scenarios: implementing changes, debugging, dealing with packages, etc.

Golang Internals, Part 6: Bootstrapping and Memory Allocator Initialization

October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments | Siarhei Matsiukevich
This blog post explains how to initialize traceback, the stack pool, a memory allocator, size classes, the heap, etc.

Golang Internals, Part 5: the Runtime Bootstrap Process

This blog post explores the specifics of resizable stacks and internal TLS implementation.

Golang Internals, Part 4: Object Files and Function Metadata

March 18, 2015 | 1 Comment | Siarhei Matsiukevich
This blog post explores the structure of function metadata, and how a garbage collector uses it.

Golang Internals, Part 3: The Linker, Object Files, and Relocations

March 11, 2015 | 0 Comments | Siarhei Matsiukevich
Learn how to generate a Go object file and work with relocations, as well as what TLS is and how the Go linker operates.

Golang Internals, Part 2: Diving Into the Go Compiler

Using a sample Go program, this blog post explains how a node tree is generated and utilized.