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The second part of the movie is what really happened. Diane is a failed actor and a drug junkie, and she happens to know Camilla through a lucky coincidence. Diane is on drugs a lot and dreams up the first part of the movie, an idyllic version of her own life. Her aunt is not dead, she's great at acting, she's a nice person herself, she has good relations with Camilla/Rita, the director likes her - not Rita, the mafia guys forcing the unfair choice of Camilla over Betty. All those things are not true in the real world.
Things not clear;
- The guy who sees the ghost
- The cowboy
- The hitman killing his friend to get a book, and 2 more ppl
- The hitman (in the second part of the movie) said that when she found the key the task would be done. In the first part of the movie they had the key all along, but looked for a box. When the box was found Betty was gone. Huh?
- The performance "Silencio", and why Rita speaks spanish.
- The elderly couple. Why they were smiling in the taxi, and why they attacked her later.
- Betty and Rita visiting where Diane died.
- Probably other things I forgot :)
So while I've got some idea, there are still lots of loose threads which I cannot tie up.
In the below screenshot for theverge.com it is now trivial to spot cases (the colors correspond to the various connection stages) where downloads are taking a long time; if and where you need to optimize your TLS stack; if the server is taking a long time to respond (aka, slow TTFB); if a new connection is established or if the request was able to reuse a previous connection to the server, and more... And, of course, if you hover over the bar you'll get a more detailed breakdown with exact timing information.
Gentoo requires a lot of time to maintain, both your computers time to compile things and your own time to manage and configure lots of details. It's a great way to learn Linux, but I just didn't have the time to spend on the system setup any more. I wanted to spend the spare time on programming new programs on top of the system, with a little time as possible to configure the system itself. Naturally I gave up some flexibility switching to Ubuntu, but I save some time. Now stuff mostly "just works".
I found the Gentoo community to be great, I'm still in contact with many people I got to know during my years with Gentoo! I think I used Gentoo about 8 or 9 years, all in all.
- Software Engineer, 2011 - present
- VGR ITSoftware Analyst and Developer, 2007 - 2011
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Everything I Ever Learned About JVM Performance Tuning @Twitter
Summarizes about a year worth of experiences and case studies in performance tuning the JVM for various services at Twitter.
YouTube - QuakeCon 2011 - John Carmack Keynote Q&A
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