Angular vs Vue: Best 10 Comparisons you Need to Know

Simform

Starting from jQuery, a Javascript library released in 2006 for building interactive web apps, Javascript frameworks have evolved very quickly over the past few years. And ever since, there has been a trend for developing organized frontend frameworks. This evolution made it possible to meet the concept of Single-Page Applications (SPA) - web apps that dynamically rewrite the web pages without loading entire new pages.

What is distributed tracing and why does it matter?

Dynatrace

Dynatrace, a pioneer of distributed tracing since 2006 with PurePath, our patented distributed tracing technology, extends observability beyond metrics, logs, and distributed traces to integrate with code-level analysis, user experience data, and metrics from the latest open-source standards.

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What is distributed tracing and why does it matter?

Dynatrace

Dynatrace, a pioneer of distributed tracing since 2006 with PurePath, our patented distributed tracing technology, extends observability beyond metrics, logs, and distributed traces to integrate with code-level analysis, user experience data, and metrics from the latest open-source standards.

London Calling! An AWS Region is coming to the UK!

All Things Distributed

Leading UK organizations were among the early adopters of the cloud when we first started AWS back in 2006 and we continue to help them drive increased agility, lower IT costs, and easily scale globally. Yesterday, AWS evangelist Jeff Barr wrote that AWS will be opening a region in South Korea in early 2016 that will be our 5th region in Asia Pacific.

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Webinar Tuesday, 8/28: Forking or Branching – Lessons from the MySQL Community

Percona

Peter Zaitsev co-founded Percona and assumed the role of CEO in 2006. Please join Percona’s CEO, Peter Zaitsev as he presents Forking or Branching – Lessons from the MySQL Community on Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 at 7:00 AM PDT (UTC-7) / 10:00 AM EDT (UTC-4). Register Now. The MySQL Community offers a great example of various forks and branches, with MariaDB being the most well-known fork, and companies like Percona, Facebook and Alibaba maintaining their own branches.

Upcoming Webinar Tuesday, 7/31: Using MySQL for Distributed Database Architectures

Percona

Peter Zaitsev co-founded Percona and assumed the role of CEO in 2006. Please join Percona’s CEO, Peter Zaitsev as he presents Using MySQL for Distributed Database Architectures on Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 at 7:00 AM PDT (UTC-7) / 10:00 AM EDT (UTC-4). Register Now. In modern data architectures, we’re increasingly moving from single-node design systems to distributed architectures using multiple nodes – often spread across multiple databases and multiple continents.

Dynatrace PurePath 4 integrates OpenTelemetry and the latest cloud-native technologies and provides analytics and AI at scale

Dynatrace

In 2006, Dynatrace released the first production-ready solution for distributed tracing with code-level insights. Dynatrace news. Optimal customer experience and faster time to market are key to a successful digital transformation of any enterprise.

The Rise of Value Stream Management (VSM)

Tasktop

In 2006, I got a call from a Forrester analyst. I was in the midst of wrapping up my thesis and spending most of my days coding, and had no clue as to why an analyst would want to talk to me. I then found out that analyst was Carey Schwaber, the daughter of Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber. She was very interested in a developer perspective on a new tool category she was researching called Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For August 31st, 2018

High Scalability

Woods and Hollnagel, 2006). Hey, it's HighScalability time: This mind blowing creation is from John Williamson. It's the first million integers, represented as binary vectors indicating their prime factors, laid out with UMAP. No, I really have no idea what that means either, but it did make me consider that our universe could be created by an algorithm. What are the wiggly cycles on the periphery?

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - Machine Learning

All Things Distributed

Pintelas, Artificial Intelligence Review 26:159–190 (2006). Machine learning is a scientific discipline that explores the construction and study of algorithms that can learn from data. Such algorithms operate by building a model from example inputs and using that to make predictions or decisions, rather than following strictly static program instructions. Machine Learning is playing an increasing important role in many areas of our businesses and our lives.

Coming to STATION F: The first Mentor's Office powered by AWS!

All Things Distributed

After the launch of AWS in 2006, we saw an acceleration of French startups adopting the cloud. I am excited to announce that AWS is opening its first Mentor's Office at STATION F in Paris! The Mentor's Office is a workplace exclusively dedicated to meetings between AWS experts and the startups. STATION F is the world's biggest startup campus.

24-core CPU and I can’t type an email (part two)

Randon ASCII

So how can we reconcile Joe’s 2006 statement about the rarity of starvation with my experience of a 100% repeatable and long-running starvation problem? I think the main reason is something else that happened in 2006. In my last post I promised to give more details about some rabbit holes that I went down during the investigation, including page tables, locks, WMI, and a vmmap bug. Those details are here, along with updated code samples.

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Top 20 Websites For Online Automation Testing Courses and Certifications

Testsigma

SoftwareTestingHelp has been around since 2006 and has a large number of blogs, articles, courses and ebooks covering a wide variety of topics on testing, automation and development. Certifications, typically, are proof of the enhanced prowess in the stream for which the course has been taken. Certifications and Courses help validate as well as enhance our technical capability in a specific vertical.

Allez, rendez-vous à Paris – An AWS Region is coming to France!

All Things Distributed

French organizations were amongst the first to use AWS when we launched in 2006. Les entreprises et institutions françaises ont fait partie des premiers à utiliser les services AWS dès le lancement en 2006. Today, I am very excited to announce our plans to open a new AWS Region in France! Based in the Paris area, the region will provide even lower latency and will allow users who want to store their content in datacenters in France to easily do so.

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Looking back at 10 years of compartmentalization at AWS

All Things Distributed

But every year when March 14th comes around, it's a good reminder that Amazon S3 originally launched on Pi Day, March 14, 2006. At AWS, we don't mark many anniversaries. The Amazon S3 team still celebrate with homemade pies! March 26, 2008 doesn't have any delicious desserts associated with it, but that's the day when we launched Availability Zones for Amazon EC2.

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Parse parameter default values using PowerShell – Part 1

SQL Performance

Back in 2006, I complained via multiple Connect items about the lack of visibility of the default values for parameters in the catalog views. If you have ever tried to determine the default values for stored procedure parameters, you probably have marks on your forehead from hitting it on your desk repeatedly and violently. Most articles that talk about retrieving parameter information (like this tip ) don’t even mention the word default.

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Data Mining Problems in Retail

Highly Scalable

Retail is one of the most important business domains for data science and data mining applications because of its prolific data and numerous optimization problems such as optimal prices, discounts, recommendations, and stock levels that can be solved using data analysis methods.

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A survival strategy for the digital transformation

All Things Distributed

Since 2006, Amazon Web Services has introduced far more than 2,500 new services and features, and around 90% of them were the result of wishes articulated directly by customers. This article titled " Überlebensstrategie für die digitale Transformation " appeared in German last week in the "Die Zukunft beginnt heute (the future starts today)" section of Wirtschaftwoche. Smaller companies have a lot to gain in the digital era – provided they adopt the right mindset.

AWS EC2 Virtualization 2017: Introducing Nitro

Brendan Gregg

It's amazing to recall that it was even possible to virtualize x86 before processors had hardware-assisted virtualization (Intel VT-x and AMD-V), which were added in 2005 and 2006. Hardware virtualization for cloud computing has come a long way, improving performance using technologies such as VT-x, SR-IOV, VT-d, NVMe, and APICv. At Netflix, we've been using these technologies as they've been made available for instance types in the AWS EC2 cloud.

The AWS Pop-up Lofts are opening in London and Berlin

All Things Distributed

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been working closely with the startup community in London, and Europe, since we launched back in 2006. We have grown substantially in that time and today more than two thirds of the UK’s startups with valuations of over a billion dollars , including Skyscanner, JustEat, Powa, Fanduel and Shazam, are all leveraging our platform to deliver innovative services to customers around the world.

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If there was ever a good time to be sure you have good governance, this is it

The Agile Manager

Since 2006, I've written multiple blog posts , a few articles and self-published an e-book on governing investments in strategic software. Software development is unique from most every other office-based occupation because it is the conversion of capital into intangible assets by way of human effort, at a level of effort that remains labor intensive to this day.

10 Lessons from 10 Years of Amazon Web Services

All Things Distributed

The epoch of AWS is the launch of Amazon S3 on March 14, 2006, now almost 10 years ago. Looking back over the past 10 years, there are hundreds of lessons that we’ve learned about building and operating services that need to be secure, reliable, scalable, with predictable performance at the lowest possible cost. Given that AWS is a pioneer in building and operating these services world-wide, these lessons have been of crucial importance to our business.

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An Album for Each Year - 2012 Version - All Things Distributed

All Things Distributed

2006: Matisyahu, Youth. All Things Distributed. Werner Vogels weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems. An Album for Each Year - 2012 Version. By Werner Vogels on 22 December 2012 06:00 PM. Permalink. Comments (). About 5 years ago I joined a challenge to list "a favorite album for every year of your life." " The challenge has two restrictions: only one album per year and there can be no repeats of artists.

Cloud computing in Europe should put power in the hands of the customer

All Things Distributed

European customers were amongst the first to adopt AWS cloud technologies when we launched in 2006 and we look forward to continuing to work with the customers and policy-makers, as we help more companies in Europe reach their potential through cloud computing This is an extended version of an article that appeared in the Guardian today.

“256 cores by 2013”?

Sutter's Mill

Intel could have built a nice 100-core part in 2006. I just saw a tweet that’s worth commenting on: Almost right, and we have already reached that. I said something similar to the above, but with two important differences: I said hardware “threads,” not only hardware “cores” – it was about the amount of hardware parallelism available on a mainstream system. What I gave was a min/max range estimate of roughly 16 to 256 (the latter being threads) under different sets of assumptions.

Inspired Design Decisions With Max Huber: Turning Mundane Subjects Into Exciting Visual Communication

Smashing Magazine

Max Huber” (2006) by Stanislaus von Moos, Mara Campana, and Giampiero Bosoni. Inspired Design Decisions With Max Huber: Turning Mundane Subjects Into Exciting Visual Communication. Inspired Design Decisions With Max Huber: Turning Mundane Subjects Into Exciting Visual Communication. Andrew Clarke. 2020-05-22T09:00:00+00:00. 2020-05-22T12:07:19+00:00.

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Self-Insuring Software Assets

The Agile Manager

Similarly, just as an expert can miss conditions that will result in water in the basement, our experts will misjudge a probable combination of events that will lead to software impairment (who in 2006 predicted the rise in popularity of the Safari browser on small screens?) When we buy a house, we also buy insurance on the house. Catastrophic events can not only leave the homeowner without shelter, they can be financially ruinous.

Expanding the Cloud - Amazon S3 Reduced Redundancy Storage.

All Things Distributed

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) was launched in 2006 as "Storage for the Internet" with the promise to make web-scale computing easier for developers. All Things Distributed. Werner Vogels weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems. Expanding the Cloud - Amazon S3 Reduced Redundancy Storage. By Werner Vogels on 18 May 2010 04:00 PM. Permalink. Comments (). Today a new storage option for Amazon S3 has been launched: Amazon S3 Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS).

Zombie Businesses

The Agile Manager

The people who got salary bumps in the boom years from 2006 through 2008 became "high-salary outliers" in 2009. The Lehman bankruptcy is best known as the event that triggered a financial crisis. For many firms, it also sowed the seeds of an operating crisis. Revenues plummeted at the end of 2008. Companies retrenched by laying people off. Managers coped with smaller staffs by asking employees to perform multiple jobs and to work longer hours.

SQL Server I/O Basics Chapter #2

SQL Server According to Bob

​​ Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property. © ​​ 2006 ​​ Microsoft Corporation.

The Management Revolution that Never Happened

The Agile Manager

Speaking from experience, around 2006 the ceiling on discretionary spending decisions dropped precipitously in many companies. In the 1980s, it seemed we were on the cusp of a revolution in management. American business exited the 1970s in terrible shape. Bureaucracy was discredited. Technocracy was, too: "best practice" was derived from people performing narrowly defined tasks in rigid processes that yielded poor quality products at a high cost.

Building a Stronger DOM

Tim Kadlec

There’s a few ways to work around this, but my favorite solution is the one proposed by Stacy Cordoni in an A List Apart article from 2006. In Nate Koechley’s excellent talk on Frontend Engineering , he talks about the importance of building a “stronger DOM” By marking up your site with meaningful elements and attributes, you give your markup more value and provide a richer experience for both users and machines.

Reflections from DevOps Enterprise Summit 2019 + Day Three Recap

Tasktop

In 2006, Comcast Interactive Media was conceived to build software, an isolated part of the business that fostered a different culture and was allowed to grow before being brought in. It’s been just over a week since this year’s DevOps Enterprise Summit 2019 in Las Vegas came to a close.

Doing Science On The Web

Alex Russell

Between 2002 and 2006, the web (roughly) didn’t add any new features. Cross-posted at Medium. This post is about vendor prefixes, why they didn’t work, and why it’s toxic not to be able to launch experimental features. Also, what to do about it. Vendor prefixes are a very sore topic , and one where I’ve disagreed with the overwhelming consensus.

Alpha Returns Require an Alpha IT Capability

The Agile Manager

4 The Battle for Brainpower" The Economist, 5 October 2006. Demand for IT in business continues to rise. Looking backward, over the last 10 years the IT market has absorbed the new capacity in Asia and South America, yet still we find global and national/regional IT employment is up since 2000. 1 Looking forward, all indications are that demand will continue to rise.