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Duddiyanda Siraj

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Recent posts by Duddiyanda Siraj

I read some positive feedback about Sails.js. I was considering MEAN framework for my new project where Express.js is used.
I Would like to know what makes Sails.js more preferable than Express.js or how can I benefit more with Sails.js.

Thanks
Siraj
Welcome Mike McNeil & Irl Nathan !

I read some positive feedback about Sail.js. I was considering MEAN frame work for my new project.
Welcome Bear with Jquery in hand
Application started normally with heap size -Xms50m -Xmx256m.

Isn't this little low, try increasing the -Xmx256m to -Xmx1024m if you have enough memory or accordingly. 256m seems to be very less and thats the main reason for GC happening so often.

12 years ago
I received it a month back. I reside in Dubai.
13 years ago
Thanks to Jeremy McAnally and Assaf Arkin for giving us some insight on Ruby.

Sincere thanks to Javaranch for giving a chance to win this book.

Siraj
13 years ago
Completely agree on that part
13 years ago
Thank you very much Matt Williams and Michael Sullivan for your valuable inputs.

Yes, there is no question in, amount of time we are saving in the development and application maintenance.
We have pretty descent environment setup and using Apache as webserver. We are in to healthcare domain and there is huge data sitting in the DB. Some time we have to pull selected data from millions of records.

Looks like before refactoring our code, it's worth spending time on knowing more about Ruby magic. Would really appreciate if any one provides me the right books to refer or URLS for advanced topics.

Thanks,
Siraj
13 years ago
Forgot to mention I have been following "Agile Web Development with Rails" - which is really a good book for beginners
13 years ago
I have been coding in Ruby on Rails from past 4 months, to convert our J2EE based Web app to Ruby on Rails. I have around 8 years experience in Java. I found development in Ruby is pretty fast. Our initial research also found that the app developed in Ruby will be performing well. But as the things are moving I have a feeling that, even though its taking less time, we are not seeing much difference in the performance. How can we make use of Ruby to the fullest of its strength ?

Also as most of us are from java background we are seeing some sort of JAVA influence on coding in Ruby now .

Thanks,
Siraj
13 years ago
Congratulations dude and good luck for your other parts.
[ June 10, 2008: Message edited by: Duddiyanda Siraj ]
13 years ago
Good one Jeff, It covers most of the sources at one place.
Thank you and all those original Posters.
well... i thk in total i spent ard 1-2 mths study for the certification.
Each week I will dedicate 1 day to study the different sections of the certification.


Thanks for the reply and sharing this info.
14 years ago
Congrats Selina

Can I ask you one last question ?

Honestly tell me how much time you spent for this certification ? this will really help many of us to plan well for this certification.

Thanks

Siraj
14 years ago
I guess you are using tabs(IE7) for the second user logins. If it's two seperate browser window no way you should see the same session.
14 years ago