Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Rubber Boots

(originally posted on G+) Yesterday I was just reading Armin Rigo’s post related to having Software Transactional Memory in PyPy. If you haven’t heard of Armin before, I’ll just set the context by telling you that he’s one of the … Continue reading

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Ensemble, Go, and MongoDB at Canonical

About 1 year after development started in Ensemble, today the stars finally aligned just the right way (review queue mostly empty, no other pressing needs, etc) for me to start writing the specification about the repository system we’ve been jointly … Continue reading

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The job market for Go

I know there’s a lot of curiosity regarding Go’s growth and usage, and some people often ponder about whether they should invest on it since they don’t see hundreds of jobs in public sites, so would like to point something … Continue reading

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