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SQLAlchemy and You | Armin Ronacher's Thoughts and Writings
This also is the reason why many people find SQLAlchemy's documentation overwhelming. Not only does the documentation guide you through the different levels of SQLAlchemy but also shows all the different ways you can configure SQLAlchemy and the ORM.
python  webdevel  django  sqlalchemy  compared  dba  database  orm 
july 2016 by kme
Phillip Remaker's answer to What is the PC equivalent of a MacBook Pro? - Quora
My PC laptops, I treat more like delicate flower that might reboot at any moment if the wind changes. This has been true for many PC laptops I've owned, not just a particular vendor or OS version.
mac  hardware  pc  compared 
july 2015 by kme
What Is Subversion?
Distributed version control harnesses the growing ubiquity of high-speed network connections and low storage costs to offer an approach which differs from the centralized model in key ways. First and most obvious is the fact that there is no remote, central storehouse of versioned data. Rather, each user keeps and operates against very deep—complete, in a sense—local version history data stores. Collaboration still occurs, but is accomplished by trading changesets (collections of changes made to versioned items) directly between users' local data stores, not via a centralized master data store. In fact, any semblance of a canonical “master” source of a project's versioned data is by convention only, a status attributed by the various collaborators on that project.
dvcs  svn  git  compared  versioncontrol  devel  reference 
may 2015 by kme
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa's blog — Which should I use: Starman or Starlet?
Starman is a fully featured standalone HTTP server, that supports many features provided by Net::Server family itself.

Starlet is much simpler, and uses slightly less memory, albeit not supporting all the features you may or may not need.

If you want to control the number of processes dynamically, or want to use UNIX sockets, or want to use the feature XYZ of Net::Server, use Starman.

If you want to deploy on a resource restricted environment, or serve millions of requests per second and any slight performance and resource improvements count, use Starlet.

Using either of those, you’re recommended to put it behind a frontend proxy such as nginx. For zero-downtime deployments using TCP sockets, combine it with Server::Starter or SO_REUSE_PORT.
perl  psgi  plack  webserver  webdevel  compared 
may 2015 by kme
Git - SVN Crash Course
Welcome to the Git version control system! Here we will briefly introduce you to Git usage based on your current Subversion knowledge. You will need the latest Git installed; There is also a potentially useful tutorial in the Git documentation.
git  ifyouknow  subversion  svn  tutorial  compared  scm  versioncontrol  newbie 
january 2015 by kme

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