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An Early Look at Multi-Tenancy in Marten 2.0

The code shown in this post is in flight and I’m just writing this post to try to get more feedback and suggestions on the approach we’re going so far before doing anything silly like making an official release. 739 more words

AXPONA 2017: Zesto takes tubes to the next level

George and Carolyn Counnas are two of the nicest people in the high-end. A visit to the couple’s exhibit room at a show always results in interesting conversations about the tubed gear they produce under their charmingly named… 521 more words

Axpona

Exercise 1.5: Visualising Assignment Six - Transitions

On reading this assignment brief my first thought was that I don’t want to simply chart the changing seasons or the growth and decay of plant life – I am more interested in looking at human impact on the landscape over a prolonged period. 1,323 more words

Coursework

Early '84, trapping and pickin'

Sunday, January 1, 1984—snowing, 5° to 0°. Zoe, James, and Becky visited. Sally came over and we all went to KROA.

Monday, January 2, 1984… 618 more words

Journal Entry

Most mammals aren’t keen to reveal themselves to people, which I understand. I don’t want to be around people much of the time either. Unless I’m very lucky or very observant (sometimes it’s both), I typically don’t see the more elusive animals that inhabit the North Cascades ecosystem. 781 more words

Wildlife

Talking Marten on the Cross Cutting Concerns Podcast

When I was at Codemash this year, Matthew Groves was kind enough to let me do a podcast with him on Marten for the Cross Cutting Concerns podcast. Check it out.

Performance matters

TL;DR

This is a short follow-up post about Marten’s performance. It shows that saved allocations are not only about allocations and memory. It’s also about you CPU ticks, hence the speed of your library. 181 more words

Optimization