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Thank You for Flying ______
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For my US trip in March, I tried flying Delta. On paper they made the best offer regarding price and flight times. I am not a frequent flyer, I do not usually fly in the US and if I should have known to avoid Delta if possible… well, I did not. Also, I have been told that all airlines suck for one reason or another so choosing Delta was not worse than choosing anybody else.

This post is not about accusing anybody, it is a simple report of my booking experience. And about what is wrong with the now popular system of customer support.

I started searching for flights using

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Thank You for Flying ______
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For my US trip in March, I tried flying Delta. On paper they made the best offer regarding price and flight times. I am not a frequent flyer, I do not usually fly in the US and if I should have known to avoid Delta if possible… well, I did not. Also, I have been told that all airlines suck for one reason or another so choosing Delta was not worse than choosing anybody else.

This post is not about accusing anybody, it is a simple report of my booking experience. And about what is wrong with the now popular system of customer support.

I started searching for flights using Kayak.

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Thank You for Flying ______
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For my US trip in March, I tried flying Delta. On paper they made the best offer regarding price and flight times. I am not a frequent flyer, I do not usually fly in the US and if I should have known to avoid Delta if possible… well, I did not. Also, I have been told that all airlines suck for one reason or another so choosing Delta was not worse than choosing anybody else.

This post is not about accusing anybody, it is a simple report of my booking experience. And about what is wrong with the now popular system of customer support.

I started searching for flights using Kayak.

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CouchDB to become Apache Project, backed by IBM
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Yes, old news, but woohoo, big news. The Happy New Year is kicking off nicely. All the best for 2008!

CouchDB to become Apache Project, backed by IBM
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Yes, old news, but woohoo, big news. The Happy New Year is kicking off nicely. All the best for 2008!

CouchDB to become Apache Project, backed by IBM
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Yes, old news, but woohoo, big news. The Happy New Year is kicking off nicely. All the best for 2008!

Fault Tolerant CouchDB
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This is a follow-up piece to an earlier rant:

We are hitting a few walls with a CouchDB deployment and both Damien and I are a bit puzzled. This posting tries to attract someone with a clue to help us out. Our problems might result from not understanding the documentation correctly, but with evidently inaccurate material, we stand little chance

Long story short: We’ve got it all sorted out.

Memory Hogging Spidermonkey

Sam Ruby relayed a hint by “a Mozilla Developer”. Invoking Spidermonkey with the -b parameter and a value of 1000000, we are able to keep the memory footprint constant. We haven’t

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Fault Tolerant CouchDB
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This is a follow-up piece to an earlier rant:

We are hitting a few walls with a CouchDB deployment and both Damien and I are a bit puzzled. This posting tries to attract someone with a clue to help us out. Our problems might result from not understanding the documentation correctly, but with evidently inaccurate material, we stand little chance

Long story short: We’ve got it all sorted out.

Memory Hogging Spidermonkey

Sam Ruby relayed a hint by “a Mozilla Developer”. Invoking Spidermonkey with the -b parameter and a value of 1000000, we are able to keep the memory footprint constant. We haven’t

  [Read more...]
Fault Tolerant CouchDB
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This is a follow-up piece to an earlier rant:

We are hitting a few walls with a CouchDB deployment and both Damien and I are a bit puzzled. This posting tries to attract someone with a clue to help us out. Our problems might result from not understanding the documentation correctly, but with evidently inaccurate material, we stand little chance

Long story short: We’ve got it all sorted out.

Memory Hogging Spidermonkey

Sam Ruby relayed a hint by “a Mozilla Developer”. Invoking Spidermonkey with the -b parameter and a value of 1000000, we are able to keep the memory footprint constant. We haven’t

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CouchDB on PHP Abstract or how I only want to store data
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My first Podcast, yeah!

Early the a week I recorded a short introduction to CouchDB for PHP Abstract.

If you like to quote, or copy or anything (after all this is under a Creative Commons license), here’s the transcript:

CouchDB

CouchDB is a new database system that breaks with a lot of traditions. Prepare to be confused or even offended. While a lot is different from traditional data management systems, the core concepts should be familiar to you.

Try to forget, just for a moment, all you know about SQL, relations, replication and all simple and advanced techniques you use to solve your problems

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