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Published by Natasha Richter on Nov 24, 2014 7:44:00 AM

Leading the Way: VividCortex at the Leading Edge Forum Study Tour

A few weeks ago, our founder Baron Schwartz shared the unique opportunity of presenting alongside Adrian Cockcroft, one of Cloud Computing’s leading thinkers, at the Leading Edge Forum’s Study Tour. The Silicon Valley-based tour was attended by some of the brightest and most forward-thinking minds in business, and it was an honor to speak to the group. Forty European CIOs and leaders from prestigious businesses and organizations gathered to hear about how the world’s movers and shakers approach innovation—and how they can anticipate and leverage emerging technology changes to their competitive advantage.

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Published by Natasha Richter on Oct 27, 2014 8:50:00 AM

Debugging with Trace

When you are debugging a multi-threaded program, just adding Print() statements to your code does not always help. Coordinating several threads is not a straightforward task, and, often, the information you are printing may not be printed in the order you expect. This is especially a problem if your program is running multiple calls to the same function in different threads because there is not an inherently easy way to identify which thread printed which line. Trace solves this problem by tracking the threads.

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Published by Natasha Richter on Oct 6, 2014 7:28:00 AM

VividCortex and reCaptcha

When faced with adding a captcha to your forms, there are many libraries which can help you. This depends on your framework; if you are using Angular JS, you can use our captcha component to easily add one to your form.

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Published by Natasha Richter on Sep 30, 2014 10:31:00 AM

Opensource Update: Multitick

Multitick is an open source project which helps us coordinate worker goroutines. It broadcasts a time.Ticker to multiple receivers, all of which receive the same values, aligned to an offset. This makes the workers more testable by avoiding nondeterministic use of time.Tick() inside them.

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