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Software Architect for ClassicCars.com

Working with a legacy codebase that is using ASP.Net (C#, WCF, MVC, WebForms) and MS-SQL and an existing API under node.js, with rabbitmq and mongodb.

Currently working with the following technologies for the backend/infrastructure:

  • docker.io
  • nginx
  • node/Koa
  • MongoDB
  • ELK (ElasticSearch, Logstash, Kibana)

On the front end:

  • React
  • Yahoo fluxible-app
  • Bootstrap

I absolutely love JavaScript as a language, and platforms that leverage it. MongoDB, RethinkDB, NodeJS/Express, Synchronet BBS, jQuery, Backbone, Knockout, React, etc.

I've also been following golang with great interest.


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revised Are A or D series VMs better for deploying PostgreSQL on Azure?
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comment Are A or D series VMs better for deploying PostgreSQL on Azure?
PostgreSQL itself won't be installed/running on the local storage, it will be using Azure storage... I was mainly curious if there was anything in PostgreSQL (temp dbs, etc) that could be configured to take advantage of the temp/swap space on SSD.
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comment Are A or D series VMs better for deploying PostgreSQL on Azure?
I don't have the reputation required to add a plain "azure" tag, not to be confused with "azure-sql" which is different.
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asked Are A or D series VMs better for deploying PostgreSQL on Azure?
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comment With MS SQL Server are the generated constraint names predictable?
Nice... thanks.
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