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Howard Chu 19 Mar 17
Now we're getting somewhere...
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Howard Chu 6 Mar 18
Fortunately we have some exceptions to this trend...
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HarperDB May 20
Spooooky is right! When we say ACID, we mean it. HarperDB uses under the hood, a fast, stable, lightweight, & compliant foundational data store. We don’t need to add extra overhead to achieve ACIDity.
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Jörn Gersdorf 28 Apr 17
A reimplementation of in Haskell would be really great!
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Francois Armand 21 Mar 19
For #1: also work for k8s/docker/whatever. Fir #2: will cover the remaining 10% where you can't compromise on efficiency.
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Francois Armand 25 Jan 19
Thread! You will almost certainly learn new things on . And if you don't know what lmdb is, time to discover a bunch of features of the best k/v store around by comparing them with rocksdb in that thread ⤵️
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Kristy-Leigh Minehan Jul 22
Considering a future where Minder runs on ...
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Francesco Nigro 5 Jul 18
Replying to @kellabyte @hyc_symas
IMO it worth to take a look to if you are interested to more mechanical sympathy approaches :)
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Kristoffer Sjögren 27 Nov 15
RxLMDB and reactivesocket-aeron-rxjava is a *really* interesting and so far promising match.
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Igor Berman 3 Feb 16
Huge improvement in bulk loading data to when data is presorted(bytearray comparator). Append/appenddup in put
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Francois Armand 28 Nov 18
I was told the author of was even contributing directly to monero! (and more seriously, it was a clear, big, krakatoa-level, signal for the long term positive externalities of the project)
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Alexis Laipsker 11 May 16
Good news ! vient de confirmer une redif de en juillet
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Ahmed Kamal ⚡️ Mar 30
Hey discovers Introducing Quicksilver: Configuration Distribution at Internet Scale
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Francois Armand 5 Apr 16
When using a good database is faster than in-memory
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Marty Heyman 21 Mar 19
Adding to “ISAM” turns out to be a bigger deal than we thought and not ALL fun 😉.
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Andrew Yanovsky 14 Apr 16
wrapper writers: "Generally db should only be opened once... After the first tx db handles can freely be used by all subsequent txs.."
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Francois Armand 24 Oct 18
Can we just say that has won the non-distributed kv-store for current and foreseeable hardware and be done with that? It was already so 5 years ago, but now there's no more excuse to still ignore it
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Gavin Henry 26 Apr 19
That's our show all recorded and in post-production for release soon with of talking about the Lightning Memory-mapped Database
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Ann Shen 19 Feb 18
Always so rewarding to see my artwork on the final product! 💓 This mirror compact is for @lemetierdebeaute’s February VIP beauty box 💋
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Bohdan Makohin 16 May 17
starts his talk in few minutes on single stage at ! Waiting for some show cases.
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