Kaveh Shahbazian

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I am from that generation who started with Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum 128! I write mainly in C#. Currently I am enticed by Erlang.


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accepted How to factor out data layer in nopCommerce and replace MS SQL with RavenDB?
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asked Lucene + Joins == RDBMS?
Sep
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asked How to factor out data layer in nopCommerce and replace MS SQL with RavenDB?
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comment Geographically Distributed (Data & App) Architecture
It's the part (so called) "filtered replication"; so far I have not any idea how to implement that part. Every node should work with that portion of data that it is authorized to; and there is a common portion of data that should be shared among all nodes.
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asked Geographically Distributed (Data & App) Architecture
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awarded  Nice Question
Jun
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comment Is it a right thing to do, to use Node.JS as a TCP Server?
2 & 3 are not of my concern (for this project). About 1 I am seeing into employing load balancing (did not came up with a conclusion yet).
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comment Is it a right thing to do, to use Node.JS as a TCP Server?
@JimmyHoffa Agreed; I forgot that (WinForms)!
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comment Is it a right thing to do, to use Node.JS as a TCP Server?
And the only other thing that got my attention (comparable to Node.JS) this deeply is Go. I had never developed a real world app in a dynamic language (other than JavaScript in browser and some Windows batch and PowerShell; those that was just relatively small parts of big apps). So writing something in a dynamic language always was like magic to me. I always thought "These guys should be more than just lucky that write things in a dynamic language and it works. They might be geniuses!" and it was a unique experiment for me to write an app (server-side) in JavaScript! Works better than C#?!!!
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comment Is it a right thing to do, to use Node.JS as a TCP Server?
Haskell: If one ever succeed to write anything in this language that compiles; he does not need to check anything else! Find a Haskell developer. Erlang: Meh...Ugly but not so bad, MP style sounds good but again: Find a developer. C# is great; even after many years (from .NET 1, 2002) and it makes things "done"; not as beautiful as F#; but .NET == C#. I ask this question because I think Node.JS meant to solve problems in development of a web application and (IMHO) this kind of usage (maybe) is abusing it. To make sure I am not doing something horribly stupid I should turn to veterans.
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