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Gedit Modifications for PHP

May 17th, 2009 3 comments

Since i am coding with codeigniter framework on gedit, i was looking for snippets for codeigniter on gedit

download gedit snippet for codeigniter

By the way if you want to make your gedit more useful for programming surely you may add some third party plugins as many as you want or simply just active default plugins. Idea is that firstly download a plugin then extract its content to ‘~/.gnome2/gedit/plugins/’ directory. Once you have installed the plugin you want, you need to enable it via Edit>Preferences and then the Plugins Tab. Such as;

- Snippets
- Class Browser
- Bracket Completation
- Character Map
- Embedded Terminal
etc..

You can basicly find out third-party plugins by clicking on this link

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Amazon Architecture

May 10th, 2009 No comments

This is a wonderfully informative Amazon update based on Joachim Rohde’s discovery of an interview with Amazon’s CTO. You’ll learn about how Amazon organizes their teams around services, the CAP theorem of building scalable systems, how they deploy software, and a lot more. Many new additions from the ACM Queue article have also been included.

Amazon grew from a tiny online bookstore to one of the largest stores on earth. They did it while pioneering new and interesting ways to rate, review, and recommend products. Greg Linden shared is version of Amazon’s birth pangs in a series of blog articles.

Information Sources

  • Early Amazon by Greg Linden
  • How Linux saved Amazon millions
  • Interview Werner Vogels – Amazon’s CTO
  • Asynchronous Architectures – a nice summary of Werner Vogels’ talk by Chris Loosley
  • Learning from the Amazon technology platform – A Conversation with Werner Vogels
  • Werner Vogels’ Weblog – building scalable and robust distributed systems

    Platform

  • Linux
  • Oracle
  • C++
  • Perl
  • Mason
  • Java
  • Jboss
  • Servlets

    The Stats

  • More than 55 million active customer accounts.
  • More than 1 million active retail partners worldwide.
  • Between 100-150 services are accessed to build a page.

    The Architecture

  • What is it that we really mean by scalability? A service is said to be scalable if when we increase the resources in a system, it results in increased performance in a manner proportional to resources added. Increasing performance in general means serving more units of work, but it can also be to handle larger units of work, such as when datasets grow.
  • The big architectural change that Amazon made was to move from a two-tier monolith to a fully-distributed, decentralized, services platform serving many different applications.
  • Started as one application talking to a back end. Written in C++.
  • Read more…

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    Willing to learn

    May 9th, 2009 No comments

    TDD => Test Driven Development
    Continuous Integration
    Refactoring
    Design Patterns
    eXtreme Programming *
    agile design
    SOAP, REST

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    Save Penguins!

    May 7th, 2009 1 comment

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    What is MVC Architecture? (Model – View – Controller)

    April 19th, 2009 71 comments

    MVC Architecture has implemented by Trygve Reenskaug at 1979 for the first time. It was implemented on Smalltalk at Xerox labs. Then benefits and advantages of this architecture has been accepted by most of the coders and software engineers.

    It was an information about MVC’s history above. Now lets talk about what really MVC is. What do you understand from MVC. The word M stands for Model, V stands for View and C stands for Controller. I am going to mention about each item.

    The figure above may help you while thinking what structure it might have. Let’s start with Model.

    Model:
    It handles data processing and database works part. Model processes events sent by controller. After processing these events then it sends processed data to controller (thus, controller may reprocess it) or directly to view side.

    View:
    View prepares an interface to show to the user. Controller or model tells view what to show to the user. Also view handles requests from user and informs controller.

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