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  1. nutch-selenium-grid-plugin nutch-selenium-grid-plugin Public

    A Nutch 2.2.1 plugin which allows users to shuffle off the responsibility for retrieving pages to a selenium hub/node spoke system. This allows Nutch to rely on Selenium/Firefox to fetch and load j…

    Java 16 9

  2. nutch-selenium nutch-selenium Public

    Java 28 20

  3. example-mobile-pns example-mobile-pns Public

    Example Mobile Push Notification Service built on Rails

    Ruby 4 3

  4. relaunch-community/web-app relaunch-community/web-app Public

    Ruby 2

  5. A pattern I created to maintain conn... A pattern I created to maintain connections to an RPC server in Go. Since net/rpc does not provide any methods for automatically reconnecting to an RPC server, I needed a work-around. Additionally, rpc.Client does not export any state variables (rpc.Client.shutdown and rpc.Client.closing) nor does it export the Client's Mutex. So, we wrap the rpc.Client in our own struct, with our own Mutex, and re-connect to the RPC. This can be easily improved by passing in the error from a rpc.Client.Call, and checking that it matches rpc.ErrShutdown
    package main
    import (
  6. SQL learning Resources for Beginners SQL learning Resources for Beginners
    There are a number of good introductory SQL resources available for free and online. There are also some paid resources which I recommend for beginners, that are very effective, and well worth expensing in my opinion.
    A couple of notes: 
    - I haven’t used all of these resources, but they come with strong recommendations around the web or myself/my peers. 
    - You absolutely don’t need to use every single resource. Find a couple that work for you, and go to town.