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June 5, 2013

HBase + Node.js: Doing it the Thrift Way

Tags: , — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 8:34 AM

Note: I am by no mean an expert with using Thrift. Or HBase, for that matter. But so far, there seems to be next to no support for getting started with HBase in Nodeland. There is a great module, https://github.com/wdavidw/node-hbase, which I have tried to revive (pull request standing: https://github.com/wdavidw/node-hbase/pull/13). But as I have discovered [...]

December 21, 2010

PHP Magic faster than simply setting the class attribute?

Tags: — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 2:30 AM

I don’t get this… and I guess it doesn’t matter that much, but if someone has an explanation, let me know [root@vm-202-167-238-17 ~]# cat test.php; for d in A B C; do echo "——"; ./test.php $d; done; #!/usr/bin/php <?php $className = $argv[1]; class A { public function __get($a) { return 5; } } class B [...]

July 1, 2010

Meanwhile, in Japan… Ka-Boom!

Tags: , , , , — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 1:33 AM

Yes, I have not been writing a lot. Very sorry about this… I have been so busy lately. Here is the reason: http://www.micky2be.com/4111/sekai-camera-kaboom We have been developing the world first social augmented reality game. Micky, a collegue at Wizcorp, has published on his blog a great presentation about Ka-Boom! – a real-world plant-and-defuse bomb game, [...]

November 27, 2009

Kevin Rose: Digg,1 000 000+ User sites and The Broken

Tags: , — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 11:29 AM

Do you know Kevin Rose? Most people actually know him as the founder of Digg. He has done a great presentation on how to get a site to a million+ users. Great presentation, everyone which wants to start a web business must watch this. Link: http://carsonified.com/blog/web-apps/9-ways-to-take-your-site-from-one-to-one-million-users/ However, I used to know him because of this [...]

October 30, 2009

User Management System Architechture

Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 1:42 PM

Here is a good diagram, which I found while doing some research on the Catalyst Perl Framework : Note the red-colored squares after user, which represent its roles. Basically, a role could be a way to view a certain data set with certain privileges. We sort of see that in certain DBMS system, but I [...]

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