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“No Bugs” Hare
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'No Bugs' Bunny

Once upon a time, in a rabbit outsourcing warren of Bunnylore, there was a young software developer bunny. And as a developer, he has had one very unusual treat: he was obsessed with eliminating all the bugs he can get his forelegs on. So, it is not surprising that his friends called him a “No Bugs” Bunny (or simply “NoBugs”).

Later on, he grew up, so he decided that “Bunny” in his name has became inappropriate (not to mention potential arguments with Warner Brothers), so he has asked all his friends to call him “No Bugs” Hare. He has made a career as a team lead and software architect, and they lived happily ever after.

“No Bugs” Hare Opera Omnia, Vol.1:

OLTP DB Optimizations 102 – Group Commits

Quote: “if we can commit several transactions at the same time – RDBMS needs to fsync() our DB logs to physical disks only once”
Another Quote: “if going our preferred way of single-writing-DB connection – make sure NOT to use RDBMS-level Group Com”
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OLTP DB Optimizations 102 –100% Coherent App-Level Cache for Single-writing-DB-connection

Quote: “with our app-level cache, we’re guaranteed to get exactly the same results as if we’d be querying the underlying database.”
Another Quote: “why settle for invalidation when we can modify cache accordingly, saving on the extra DB request when we’re dealing with the same USER again?”
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CPPCON Day #5. Miscellaneous

I’m back from #CPPCON2017 now, and can report on the last day of it. First (and IMO foremost <wink />), there was my own talk on “Eight Ways to Handle Non-blocking Returns in Message-passing Programs: from C++98 via C++11 to C++20”. Not sure whether it was exciting enough (and 3 or 4 people left the […]

#CPPCON2017. Day 4. Async Rulezzz!

During the Day 4 of CPPCON, I had to prepare to my own talk tomorrow; still – I was able to attend all the talks I was interested in. But before I can start – let’s discuss a thing which I just understood during CPPCON17; it is related to… Big Fallacies of Parallel Programming for […]

#CPPCON2017. Day 3. The Future of C++

At #CPPCON2017 Day 3, I spent most of the time on the meetings of SG14 (on games and low-latency stuff); while it was certainly useful for me – the most interesting things on Day 3 happened outside of SG14. Generative C++ == The Future IMNSHO, the most important talk of Day 3 (and probably of […]