Last week, I blogged about “How much faster is Redis at storing a blob of JSON compared to PostgreSQL?”. Judging from a lot of comments, people misinterpreted this.
You walk into the room and you’re wearing the wrong thing.
Everyone else is dressed casually,
but you are not.
By analyzing my Nginx logs, I’ve concluded that SongSearch‘s autocomplete JSON API now gets about 2.2 requests per second. I.e. these are XHR requests to
Last week we released Evennia 0.9, the next version of the open source Python MU* creation system.
Suppose that you have so many thousands of pages that you can’t just create a single
/sitemap.xml file that has all the URLs (aka
With the release of Python 3.8 coming soon, the core development team has asked
me to summarize our latest discussions on the new features planned for Python
4.0, codename “ouroboros: the snake will eat itself”.
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In the last few months, development of the upcoming Evennia 0.9 has been steaming on.