I mean I'm an Oracle FMW developer working with several Oracle servers having serious uptime and SLAs but even then, hiccups happen. A good developer programs with the expectation that not everything will work smoothly and so long as not everything breaks at once I could have a DB fall off the face of the earth or a server get shot and we'd still chug along with minimal perceived downtime.
I'm not saying migrate to another facility but to another machine. If that's what you also meant would you be able to provide a source? That seems like a very very big oversite.
You are actually required to program your application to expect failed database calls.
Yes, of course you are. Only an idiot would expect 100% of db calls to be successful.
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I do believe there is an SLA however they only give 2 months for API changes, kinda shit.
@notch fails at life and would have halted development due to being slightly cumbersome in the near future anyway, just like he did with all the other promised features.
-RIP minecraft alpha.
Google has made a point of touting Open Source (at least sometimes), and they are the undisputed king of the smartphone operating system world. And yet I hear no big moves by Google to encourage phone manufacturers to utilize Open Source baseband firmware, such as OsmocomBB. So has Canonical missed an opportunity? No. Not yet. If (some may say 'when') Ubuntu gains a critical amount of market share in the phone world, that will be their chance to pressure manufacturers to produce a truly Open Source phone. Until then, Canonical needs to continue to work within the world we have today."
ASP.NET requires a heavy application server.
As a Java EE developer I'd advocate the benefits of proper application servers/infrastructure but ASP/Java are slow to release languages. You need infrastructure and planning while PHP is a great language for systems that don't have huge reliance requirements and need the project done yesterday. (and even then obviously Facebook has managed to make it very reliable).
Additionally ASP.NET (with C# as you didn't specify) is statically typed. Even the "var" type is resolved at compile time to the base class of whatever it's first instantiation returns.
I doubt it, they'd calculate latency from tower to tower and analyze the data on the fly to pull out more accurate results. (that's how I read it anyway)
every time I've looked into scripting my manual tasks with AWS I've found their documentation to overwhelming and not concise or clear.
You could even say the "forked" last weeks bashBuntu post
splashtop already does this with nVidia graphics cards/tegra androids.
Elop needs to broker a deal with Apple to bring down the MS share prices enough to be bought out.
should use a sha1 hash of you birth details for a ssn