Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Performance Tuning Garbage Collection in Java

Performance Tuning Garbage Collection in Java: "2.1 Performance Considerations
Ways to measure GC Performance
Throughput - % of time not spent in GC over a long period of time.
Pauses - app unresponsive because of GC
Footprint - overall memory a process takes to execute
Promptness - time between object death, and time when memory becomes available
There is no one right way to size generations, make the call based on your applications usage."

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Super Rich - Yahoo! News

Super Rich - Yahoo! News: "Read Russell Simmons's other articles on HuffingtonPost.com
To mark the release of my new book Super Rich: A Guide To Having It All, I went on Twitter and asked a simple question: What would you do if you were Super Rich?
The response was immediate, humbling and extremely encouraging.
@buyhousescheap wrote, 'If I were #SuperRich I would rebuild Haiti.'
@313Don214 said, 'If was super rich I would buy an apartment building to give the homeless a second chance.'"

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Xbox 360 Red Ring Of Death Fix - How To Guide

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Ad Hoc Data Analysis From The Unix Command Line - Wikibooks, open books for an open world

Ad Hoc Data Analysis From The Unix Command Line - Wikibooks, open books for an open world: "Once upon a time, I was working with a colleague who needed to do some quick data analysis to get a handle on the scope of a problem. He was considering importing the data into a database or writing a program to parse and summarize that data. Either of these options would have taken hours at least, and possibly days. I wrote this on his whiteboard:
Your friends: cat, find, grep, wc, cut, sort, uniq
These simple commands can be combined to quickly answer the kinds of questions for which most people would turn to a database, if only the data were already in a database. You can quickly (often in seconds) form and test hypotheses about virtually any record oriented data source."