FEATURED

ALL POSTS

Pillars of PowerShell: Profiling

Introduction This is the fourth blog post continuing the series on the Pillars of PowerShell. The previous post in the series are: Interacting Commanding Debugging Profiles This is something I mentioned in the second post and can be a great way to keep up with those one-liners you use most often in your work. A profile…

Keeping Cassandra Alive

Troubleshooting Cassandra under pressure This is the second blog post in the series. This is a bit more technical than the first one. I will explain some things that can be made to keep a cluster/server running when you are having problems in that cluster. There were a lot of changes in Cassandra over the…

Pillars of PowerShell: Debugging

Introduction The is the third blog post continuing the series on the Pillars of PowerShell. The first two post are: Interacting Commanding We are going to take a bit of a jump and dig into a particular topic that I think is better to go over up front, instead of later. In this post I…

Ever Wondered How Pythian is Kind of Like a Fire Truck?

  I have. Coming from the world of selling fire trucks I’m used to selling necessary solutions to customers in need. The stakes are high. If the truck doesn’t perform best case scenario it’s a false alarm. Worst case scenario someone, many people, die. Let me tell you a bit about fire trucks. A lot…

Community dinner @ Pedro’s

Folks, as usual Pythian is organizing the community dinner. After many years, food, (responsible) drinking and photos, this event has become an important moment for all of us, to know each other better, discuss and have fun. This year is also the 20th year for MySQL so … YEAAAH let us celebrate, with more food,…

Technology for the Non-Technical

I am potentially one of the least technical people in my generation. I’m 30 and I am afraid of my cellphone, my laptop, Netflix, the microwave…. Okay, afraid is maybe a strong word, but baffled by them at the very least. In high school, while my classmates wrote most of their papers and assignments on…

My thoughts on the Resilience of Cassandra

2000px-Cassandra_logo.svg

This blog is a part 1 of a 2 in a series. This will be different from my previous blogs, as this is more about some decisions you can make with Cassandra regarding the resilience of your system. I will talk deeply about this topic in the upcoming Datastax Days in London (https://cassandradaylondon2015.sched.org/), this is more…

Page 1 of 27912345...102030...Last »