Negative Offload

At the Trivadis Performance Days 2019 I did a presentation on using execution plans to understand what a query was doing. One of the examples I showed was a plan from an Exadata system (using 11.2.0.4) that needed to go faster. The plan was from the SQL Monitor report and all I want to show you is one line that’s reporting a tablescan. To fit the screen comfortably I’ve removed a number of columns from the output. The report had...

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almost, but not quite, entirely unlike core.async

divs1210/functional-core-async almost, but not quite, entirely unlike core.async Users starred: 17Users forked: 0Users watching: 17Updated at: 2019-09-28 23:11:58 He had found a Nutri-Matic machine which had provided him with a plastic cup filled with a liquid that was almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea. The way it functioned was very interesting. When the Drink button was pressed it made an instant but highly...

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Creating a Simple Confirm Modal in Vanilla JS

Ever tried using window.confirm() before? It's a remarkable method that is very handy whenever you want your users to really be sure of what they're doing. However, have you tried styling it? Just like with window.alert() it's impossible, so we'll need to create our own Confirm Modal. I'll show you how! What to solve First, it's useful to map out what we're trying to solve. It's important that our modal can do three...