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Apr
27
comment JSON or XML or other - most time efficient for largely “read” of structured data
Compression (& encryption) is an existing design choice which I don't have influence over (or, might be very difficult to change). Thanks for the suggestion.
Apr
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asked JSON or XML or other - most time efficient for largely “read” of structured data
Mar
5
comment Fault tolerant software design of application running as distributed cluster
@BitTickler, 1 server w/ MTBF 1yr => 365 server cluster w/ MTBF 1day, seems to be counter intuitive to the argument in favor of clusters, no ? Did I misread or misunderstand ? Indeed, I've read about, and dabbled a little in Erlang, and my question is precisely about those design patterns adopted by Erlang, that make it resilient to software faults.
Mar
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asked Fault tolerant software design of application running as distributed cluster
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comment What really is the “business logic”?
@jdv transaction being atomic is a fundamental requirement which needs to be ensured and relates to an end-state.
Sep
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answered Jump into Android or learn Java basics first?
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
18
answered When should I use—and not use—design patterns?