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Archive for February 19th, 2019

The Way of the Gopher – Digg Data – Medium

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/19

Interesting read, especially about the node event-loop which tries to mask it is single threaded by doing cooperative multi-tasking: [WayBackThe Way of the Gopher – Digg Data – Medium – Making the Switch from Node.js to Golang.

It mentions [WayBack] GitHub – gengo/goship: A simple tool for deploying code to servers.

Via: [WayBackJonas Bandi on Twitter: “There’s that alarm that goes off in my brain when I read about something being fast and easy and production-level.”

https://twitter.com/jbandi/status/1026868884266278912

–jeroen

Posted in Development, Go (golang), JavaScript/ECMAScript, Node.js, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Delphi component to show some text file at design time

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/19

Interesting idea: [WayBackDelphi component to show some text file at design time

Via: [WayBack] On some projects I put an invisible TMemo on the main form to keep notes about things todo…is there any extension that could attach a kind …could save to … – Paul TOTH – Google+

–jeroen

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Insentricity :: Adding Solid-State Storage to an Original IBM PC ::

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/19

Can you imagine MS-DOS 6.2 recognising an 8 gigabyte SD card and allowing it to format it with multiple 2 gigabyte partitions?

Keeping old stuff working: [WayBackInsentricity :: Adding Solid-State Storage to an Original IBM PC :: with these nice links:

–jeroen

via: [WayBack] There was a lot of interest in how I added solid-state storage when I was tweeting about it a few weeks ago, now you can see… – Chris Osborn – Google+

 

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