I want to start making some scripts I've written in past available to public. Those that I *think* it would be beneficial to somebody.
I've never used any VCS (Version Control System) before. So I did a little research and git seems like a good fit. At my work place they uses Subversion. My initial stance on it is svn is a little more hassle to use than git - I could be wrong, and I'm not here to start an argument between svn and git.
Since script is written to be customized in nature, the operation of it can be confusing just by looking at the code. My other intention is create YouTube video per script to go over how it functions. I haven't start looking into which screencast program to use in Linux. If you know a good one, let me know!
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Posted by: power8ce - 01-27-2011 12:59 PM
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Instead of using DB cache, we are using memcached from now on. My personal experience with memcached is it works very well with large sites. Probably won't notice too much since SysAdminTalk.Net is still young and small.