The perfect development environment is a dream but I am very fond of my Linux setup. I keep finding new ways to become a more effective developer. I am using a lot of GNOME desktop extensions. Some to just remove title bars and other dead real estate. There is also a lot of sublime text packages that makes life a lot easier, like GitGutter, Emmett, and just autocompleting snippets, which I should probably look more into using fully. I also remapped a lot of keybindings system wide. And there are so many things left to optimize!
Essa é a quarta do desktop, para iniciar eu trouxe o meu desktop pessoal. * Sistema: Arch Linux * Tema: United-Arch * Ícone: ePapirus Enviem os desktops de vocês pelo direct, semana que vem pode ser o seu!
This is the fourth of the desktop, to start I brought my personal desktop. * System: Arch Linux * Theme: United-Arch * Icon: ePapirus Send your desktops by direct, next week can be yours!
Esta es la cuarta del escritorio, para empezar he traído mi escritorio personal. * Sistema: Arch Linux * Tema: United-Arch * Icono: ePapirus ¡Envían los escritorios de ustedes por el directo, la semana que viene puede ser el suyo!
Bed Burning... Thus rare moments when DVD's are needed... Actually this cheap dvd burner i am using is from lenovo too but it is that kind that lenovo includes with their mini desktop computers, it burned the operating system (manjaro) the the dvd but cannot boot it. This thing was waste of money.
A community lacking awareness of the dyslexic. Go the whole mile and MS Sam audiobook it if you’re so cool #archlinux
After doing some config and beefing up the hardware, our background job processing speed was not yet satisfactory. The database simply gets too many reads/writes. To minimize this, i decided to do batch processing. Why should everyone fetch and write the same data when we can just merge our data and do it once?
So my solution was pretty simple: 1. Find similar jobs 2. Merge job data 3. Insert into database
Some parts were very important for responsiveness, so they went into a new job in a higher prioritized queue.