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Awesome. True Zero Downtime HAProxy Reloads

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HAProxy: Cornerstone of Reliable Websites. One primary goal of the infrastructure teams here at Yelp is to get as close to zero downtime as possible. This means that when users make requests for www.yelp.com we want to ensure that they get a response, and that they get a response as fast as ...
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How to gain SSH access, use iptables, and run various small servers on your Wifi router by running OpenWrt on the Linksys WRT1900AC:

http://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/830893-install-linux-on-a-modern-wifi-router-linksys-wrt1900ac-and-openwrt
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Optalysys announced that the company has successfully developed a demonstrable prototype that can process mathematical functions optically in a scaleable, lensless design. Optalysys optical processing systems will “turbo-char...
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Yup, spaceships again.  Between Star Citizen, the new Halo, the new Star Wars, a couple of key mods for Sins of a Solar Empire that I keep up with and have done some voice work on, and Destiny, my ...
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Dominik M. Schwarz wanted a map. Not just any map, a big, beautiful world map, big enough to fit his entire living room wall. The problem? They aren't sold that size. He could blow up a digital map and print it, but it wouldn't have the high-quality resolution needed to read every single village name, no matter how small,  and follow every detailed coastline. Dominik needed a map with the highest information density possible. It took a year-and-a-half, but Dominik finally got his map. Find out how.

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I love to travel and for a long time I have been looking for the largest & most detailed world map available. 🌍 I couldn't find the perfect one so I did it by myself. Here's what I've learned from working for more than 1,5 years on this.
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Good afternoon #CoffeeDrinkers!

Sooooo, coffee? Happy Humpday! We're inching ever so closely to the weekend, so keep that coffee coming. Mmmm kay?

Have a great day!

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Nice restaurant, but was hot inside, a strategic fan or two would have helped. Limited menu when we visited, which wasn't advised about when we booked. Presentation of food was great and elements very nice. Meals were a little dry, could have done with more sauce. Service was friendly but lacked polish. 3.5/5
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Always good coffee here, and very friendly service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Seems to have improved a lot lately, coffee during the week is great, and food selection has improved.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great food in nice quiet spot. Good place for kids with an enclosed courtyard.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Lovely place to stop for a meal, good service and excellent food, servings seemed smaller but quite adequate and made up for it in flavour.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Novel location on mesanine floor in a church. Nice finger food and coffe reasonable, with excellent service
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Nice setting when its fine out, but can be a bit crowded. Best coffee in town
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