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comment Why is NoSQL faster than SQL?
As I have said in the answer, one can do the same in SQL; it is just that when this becomes the rule instead of the exception, NoSQL databases are usually faster and more natural to use. In theory, SQL is the best model one can use, but when data grows over a certain size, it just cannot accomodate some models, and data duplication becomes faster and easier to reason about.
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comment Is there a need for garbage collection in a stack-based language?
Actually factor is garbage collected
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comment Are there any advantages of SASS over LESS?
Well, they are different beasts. Bootstrap is a set of conventions and widgets, while Compass os a collection of reusable mixins
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comment How do people get rid of conditional branches in Functional Programming?
It depends on the language. Scala, for instance, is a functional language that also has object-oriented capabilities, so you just do the same. Cloure has multimethods. In Haskell you may have a function that are defined on a certain typeclass and different datatype may give different implementations of the function.
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comment Why do some of object oriented languages let programmer use primitive types?
@ratchetfreak There is no reason why one could not have primitive types appear as objects at the language level and be converted during code generation, without losing speed. This is, for instance, the approach of Scala.
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answered Why is Option/Maybe considered a good idea and checked exceptions are not?
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comment Dynamically generating HTML and CSS
I understand that, but this question is more than one year old. The point anyway, was that Opa is a language with native datatypes for Html and Css that maybe would make it easier to write the design logic the OP was looking for.
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comment Is using '{}' within format strings considered Pythonic?
As the Zen of Python goes, "Explicit is better than implicit". So in my view this does not look very pythonic
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comment Error checking in actor-based paradigm
Yes, I think that some sort of queue, possibly with a durable mailbox, is needed in front of the actors that are most prone to crashing - think actors connected to db, web services and so on. In your design, you would have a single actor who has the role of saving entities. Have you tried that? Does it become a bottle neck?