And no matter what temperature a room is, it's always room temperature.
Eh, Mercer Island has been ironically referred to as "poverty rock" since the 60's. It had always been a luxury neighborhood. Try houses in Columbia City that were 25k in 1974 and now list for 600.
E: (all of the above)
You lost me at http://slashdot.org/topic/bi
Dear Slashdot, stop creating your own content. You suck at it.
that is getting sick of this content-free, slashdot echo chamber, clickcrack stuff. Hey Slashdot, why do you need whole nuther site to post original articles? And why do those articles make such a deafening sucking sound?
Problem is that I would be interested in a reasoned look at MongoDB v Dynamo but my experience with http://slashdot.org/topic/bi/ is not to waste my time by reading TFA.
Nobody on Slashdot or otherwise will see a kitchen with lasers that show you how to cut fish. The idea is idiotic. The response about the quality of cooking instructions on deh interwebs is surprisingly even more idiotic.
no, wait! we will fill them with hugs and kisses!
-- ask some technical questions, make sure at least a few the candidate will not know the answer to. If they fake it rather than saying "I don't know" PASS
-- give a situation to deal with (the server is down) and ask "what do you want me to do?" if it is anything other than "fix it and let me know the details only after you are done" PASS
We are hoping to go to real-time and have developers update Ruby scripts directly on the production server as this will save us the expense of a test environment, but that is going to require porting all our Java code to Ruby. We tried to use jRuby but that is going the wrong direction, so we are starting a new open source project for JOR (java on ruby).