Cassandra Service Script

Without an existing cassandra service script, I decided to go ahead and create one, to make things a little easier to manage, and to make the whole experience a little more user friendly The script includes a few nodetool basics, such as repair, cleanup, info, netstats etc. And will log the start and end times ...
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Installing cassandra on Centos 5

Just a quick post on how-to install cassandra on Centos 5, and getting the required bits on to stop all the errors you will see, such as JNA and MX4J missing. First you need to get all the required modules from yum, to prepare the server. yum -y install gcc-c++ make cmake python-devel bzip2-devel zlib-devel ...
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Rubiks Takes Over

Rubiks Takes Over
A few weeks back Jordan (designer @ Just Develop It) brought in his rubiks cube into the office and we were all amazed that he could complete the cube. The fact he could do it in under 5 minutes just added to the amazement. Between writing code and sleeping, Rich and myself found ourselves trying ...
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Quick Reaction thanks to Just Uptime

Quick Reaction thanks to Just Uptime
After adding the status.justuptime.com feature last week, we in the JDI office have taken full advantage of the system and have it on our main development screen and I even have it on my docked iPhone (sorta like a third screen ). Everyone in the office is able to keep an eye on all of ...
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JDI Friday Feature

JDI Friday Feature
Being the first friday in the month, I thought I should introduct a new item to the development room.  We now have the ‘Friday Feature’ where we work on a ‘nice to have’ feature for one of our products.  These features will generally be quick bits which add some ‘cool’ to our products. Just Uptime ...
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Product Development

Product Development
At Just Develop It we are always investing in new businesses and developing new products. The picture above is a photo of the whiteboard in my office with a list of all our current JDI projects.  The 2 lines with something missing are simply new projects which i decided to hide until we announce them ...
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