Why I Dislike EC2 Every now and again I tweet about my dislike for EC2. People always ask why. In reality I think Amazon is doing a great job, especially compared to other cloud providers, which are only falling further behind. Price / Performance I've been hesitant to write about it because it feels like beating a dead horse, but so many people seem surprised by it, what harm can it do? To me, AWS is to performance, what Microsoft was to security (pre Bill Gate's Trustworthy Computing memo). Not only is EC2 slow and expensive, it's getting worse as faster processors and hard drives come to market. We use 3 different unmanaged dedicated providers in 4 different locations. Per-Hour Billing + Provisioning The real EC2 advantage is per-hour billing and instant provisioning. If you need to start and stop instances (say you have an unsteady number of jobs), a hybrid approach is going to be more efficient. Reserved Instances You can't talk about EC2 pricing without people mentioning reserved instances. The Myths
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OpenXcom | Open-source reimplementation of the original X-Com 10 Easy Steps to a Complete Understanding of SQL Too many programmers think SQL is a bit of a beast. It is one of the few declarative languages out there, and as such, behaves in an entirely different way from imperative, object-oriented, or even functional languages (although, some say that SQL is also somewhat functional). I'm writing SQL every day and embracing SQL with my Open Source Software jOOQ. I thus feel compelled to bring the beauty of SQL a bit closer to those of you still struggling with it. readers who have already worked with SQL but never completely understood itreaders who know SQL well but have never really thought about its syntaxreaders who want to teach SQL to others This tutorial will focus on SELECT statements only. 1. Get this into your head first. SELECT first_name, last_name FROM employees WHERE salary > 100000 Easy to understand. What do we learn from this? So if this is so simple, what's the problem? Forget about all that. 2. For simplicity, not all SQL clauses are listed. There are three things to note: 3. 4.
ScummVM __ Compatibility - SVN This page lists the progress of ScummVM as it relates to individual game compatibility. Please note this list applies to the English versions of games. We attempt to test many versions of games, however there are occasionally problems with other languages. Click on the game name to view the complete notes of a game. This is the compatibility of the current development version, not of a stable release (Please see one of the following for the Compatibility charts of the stable releases: 1.6.0 1.5.0 1.4.1 1.4.0 1.3.1 1.3.0 1.2.1 1.2.0 1.1.0 1.0.0 1.0.0rc1 0.13.1 0.13.0 0.12.0 0.11.1 0.11.0 0.10.0 0.9.1) As this is the status of the development version, occasional temporary bugs may be introduced with new changes, thus this list refects the 'best case' scenario.