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http://s01.geekpic.net/di-AYBIPF.png apparently this is how I'm working this morning
@dominicm my wife wants me to get a remote job so I'll be forced to get a dog to keep me company... that post is both helping and not helping 😛
he's been coming out of his shell a little recently, being cheeky again. It's nice 🙂
Looks like a long hair dachshund? I like the colours :) but he acts like a cat :D does he wake you up early morning to get food?
Thats a very sausage dog thing to do, all the ones i’ve known have been lap dogs really. I’ve always found them to be very cute, smart but also grouchy dogs 😊
Cute hound, @dominicm - my son would be very jealous, Dachshunds are his absolute favourites!
Does anyone reckon that the Workspace (http://clojurians.slack.com) needs a #kafka channel..?
(I was thinking about creating one, but don't really__ want to be the only person in there)
@alex.lynham miniature long haired dachshund. Manageable size, not the greatest breed for behavior. They have a loud bark, aggressive tendencies (they are a hunting breed, not a toy breed) and are very stubborn.
@lady3janepl he knows all his tablet routines within about 10 minutes. Although he's not really into mornings, he jumps up for breakfast, then goes and cuddles up next to my girlfriend in bed straight after.
I think the venn between people using clojure and using <a streaming thing> is close to 100%
@acron - Have created it #apache-kafka - there is a user in the workspace whose handle is "kafka", so went with the longer name
at my work they use this module pattern which basically means duplication in at least 2 places
yeah I guess they might longer term, when you first write them you're kind of writing a module then a service and there's a lot of "this variable here, this argument here, copy & paste"
anyone know why literally copying the source code for
map would result in it being slower than the native
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i don't think AOT would explain it @thomas - by the time the copied
map is executed, it's been compiled to byte-code and classloaded, so unless it's being constantly re-defined (and thus re-compiled) compilation shouldn't affect performance...
could it be that the map from core is jitted as a result of the bootstrapping process?
if it is indeed JIT, then there is
-XX:CompileThreshold=n... you can apparently even set
-XX:CompileThreshold=1 to compile at first execution. i've never played with this, so can't report any experience, but you should at least be able to use it to find out if it is JIT that is causing your observations
This is completely correct - I copied the question to clojure and alexmiller said the same
that's just because bronsa and alexmiller are the two hemispheres of the same brain though
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