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Eugene Mayevski takes a post of Chief Executive Officer in EldoS Corporation, the company that specializes in development of security and data storage components for software developers.

You can contact EldoS Corporation and Eugene Mayevski in particular via one of Contact options on EldoS site.

Also you can check Eugene's security-related blog or Google+ page.


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comment Linux Programmer moving to Windows
Such a wonderful thing - linux user talking about lack of standardization in Windows <bg>
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comment Why do many people think Mac will become a closed platform because of the App Store?
@Philip whatever Apple says is just words. They changed their minds many times and they denied legitimate applications after initial acceptance so it's not wise to even trust them. Business is about trust, they've proven that they can't be trusted. So it's not business, but gambling.
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answered Why do many people think Mac will become a closed platform because of the App Store?
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answered Selling middleware
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comment Why should I learn to make apps for Windows Phone 7 instead of Android?
@Anna That's obvious - if the company migrates to WP7 and you need to maintain the device base, or when you already have extensive experience with Silverlight or when the platform is popular in your region. But then the question would probably not appear here :).
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answered Why should I learn to make apps for Windows Phone 7 instead of Android?
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answered Telecommuting with a foreign employer as a permanent job
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answered Career progression from Systems Architect?
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comment How can I keep directories in sync
@guillaume there will go some complications such as stream the data to the writer of dirB first, and if this fails, put them to the log. This way you will avoid writing extra to the log most of the time.
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comment How can I keep directories in sync
@Guillaume read again about software RAID solutions and you will be surprised with your new knowledge.
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comment How can I keep directories in sync
@Guillaume yes, this is the only solution in your case. Otherwise you can't guarantee that this data will be available for writing to dirB
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comment How can I keep directories in sync
@guillaume then you probably don't understand what soft RAIDs do. Drive Extender is a classic example of software RAID, and there exists numerous alternatives to Drive Extender.
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comment How can I keep directories in sync
@Guillaume and this is the mistake. The replayer must deal only with log, not with dirA. If there's anything to be done on dirB, it must come from the log. The state of dirA is reflected in the log. If there's data to write to the file, save them in the log and write them to dirB's file, but don't copy them from dirA where they can be gone by the time you copy them.