Often DIP is known as the Hollywood principle: "Don't call us, we'll call you.". But doesn't always higher level module calls lower level module, whether there is dependency inversion or not? Then ...
Let's say that, instead philosophers, we have TCP/IP connections to a server, and instead forks we have the server's TCP/IP avaliable ports. In this scenario, we don't have a lot of connections ...
I am looking for a good analogy to help the concept of a method in ruby stick in my head. When I truly understand a concept, an image flashes in my mind that relates something physical to the abstract ...
You can find many frameworks with an example todo list for demonstrating a small but full application in the framework. You don't have to consider large problems like scaling or caching, but you ...
We have big enterprise projects they normally involve copying data from a source database to a destination database and then setting up a number of additional applications that sync this data etc. ...
I am working on an application which spawns a new thread per request. Sometimes the number of threads active on the machine at one time is in the high hundreds. It's suspected that this is causing all ...