Today I read an article about how company X has improved things by amongst other things ditching JSON after 2 years of using it. Before I start on this subject I should say that JSON does have its place. If you have a web application where a browser is talking ...read more
I have recently posted up benchmarks of libAttachSQL vs. libmysqlclient using sysbench. Whilst these are great and shows the results I hoped for, this isn't what we designed libAttachSQL for. It was designed for non-blocking many connections per thread.
With this in mind I spent today knocking up a ...read more
Last week I blogged about getting sysbench working with libAttachSQL. This was not only an exercise in performance but also the first real test for libAttachSQL.
Before I had done this testing the most the early Alpha and Beta releases of libAttachSQL had gone through is a few basic queries ...read more
A couple of weeks ago I ditched Blogger as my main blogging platform. The main reason for this was the editing tools were breaking posts containing code. Whilst it is a great platform for basic blogging, it is not suitable for developers blogs.
So, I was on the hunt for ...read more
I was asked some questions on IRC last night about how the query example in libAttachSQL's code base works. For those who missed previous posts, libAttachSQL is a lightweight, non-blocking, Apache 2.0 licensed C connector for MySQL servers which I am developing for HP's Advanced Technology Group ...read more
Blogger is a great blogging platform. Unfortunately it is really difficut to create content that has marked-up code in it. Which as a developer is a requirement. Therefore LinuxJedi's /dev/null has now moved to this GitHub pages site using Tinkerer to build it.
The old site and content ...read more