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Been working with MongoDb for about a year now. Compared to other database technologies, it is extremely productive, especially when used with the entire JS framework.
Been also working with Google Datastore and although it might be an efficient and scalable database, development on it sucks big time. It is extremely unproductive and restrictive.
Java datastore is horrible. ndb library in python is the best AFAIK (I work on a python app). But adding in the Search API makes it actually possible to find things without using the incredibly obtuse indexing system of the datastore.
The alien enthusiasts are excited because they think this is an alien (deaf to the rope evidence). My question is why did they do this and what inspired them?
Governments around the world are all trying to tap into our Internet activities, most of the time with the excuse of national security. Sure, the secret services need to be able to do their job and keep us safe, but are the tactics of governments who spy on their own people working?
"The image above is from July 11, and on Tuesday morning we can expect an even clearer color photo. On July 15, we'll see the first images from the flyby -- so highly resolved that, were a comparable photo taken of the Earth, you'd be able to make out the lakes in New York's Central Park."
- Middlesex UniversityMSc Business Information Systems Management, 2011 - 2013
- London Metropolitan UniversityBSc Computing and Information Systems, 2003 - 2005
- NCC EducationAdvanced Diploma
- De La Salle College MaltaPrimary and Secondary School
I post about science, technology, education and humor. I also post outdoor photos from time to time.
I am also the main curator of the MaltaPlus, a circle of the most interesting Maltese plussers. You can see the circle here: MaltaPlus Circle
- Middlesex UniversityLecturer, 2010 - present
- setcomProduct Manager, 2012 - present
- STC TrainingLecturer, 2005 - 2014
- IBMSenior Business Consultant, 2009 - 2010
- setcomSenior Sales Engineer, 2006 - 2009
- GFI SoftwareSenior Software Engineer, 1997 - 2006
- Charles de Giorgio Ltd.Medical and Sanitary Supplies, 1996 - 1997
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