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Comment on No Need to Support Experiments While You Sleep by Tor's blog – Beta site only during working hours

Wed, 26 Mar 2014 20:44:30 +0000

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Comment on No Need to Support Experiments While You Sleep by Carl Anderson

Thu, 20 Mar 2014 22:15:32 +0000

An interesting idea, but I'm curious how you made SSO work in this situation. If you turned it off, wouldn't authentication be failing? What did it fall back to if it wasn't enabled? I'm trying to think of a situation recently where I could have used this idea, but it seems like it would have caused some odd user issues (that link was there earlier today when I checked, but now I can't figure out how to get to Whiz-bang-cool-feature-X). I'd love to hear how you handled that issue.



Comment on Announcing Transaction Traces for the Agent SDK by Allie Crevier

Tue, 25 Feb 2014 23:20:35 +0000

Hi Christian. hhvm_newrelic_segment_generic_begin and hhvm_newrelic_segment_generic_end are wrappers to our C API functions that allow you to identify the beginning and end of code segments you want to instrument. Instead of using these two functions, you have the option of using hhvm_newrelic_get_scoped_generic_segment. It creates an object that calls the begin function in the constructor and the end function in the destructor. That way you can call it at the beginning of the functions you want to instrument and you don’t have to remember to call hhvm_newrelic_segment_generic_end. -Allie



Comment on Dublin is New Relic Hot Spot for the Global Data Nerd by Patrick Gaule

Fri, 21 Feb 2014 09:00:19 +0000

Welcome to Dublin :) Its great to have New Relic here. Califronia meets Dublin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB6gUdOoVic&feature=youtu.be



Comment on Track Trends Faster and Easier With Our New Custom Dashboards by Eric Jain

Wed, 19 Feb 2014 01:38:17 +0000

I am a "standard" customer, but when I click on "Dashboards", I get "this feature isn't available at your current subscription level"?



Comment on Announcing Transaction Traces for the Agent SDK by Christian Stocker

Sun, 16 Feb 2014 15:08:58 +0000

Cool stuff, this will allow us to get some metrics together with HHVM (I still hope, there will be one day a fully fledged New Relic Plugin for HHVM ;)) One question looking through the code. What's the difference between: hhvm_newrelic_get_scoped_generic_segment and hhvm_newrelic_segment_generic_begin When should I use what? Thanks a lot already Christian



Comment on [INFOGRAPHIC] Browser Wars: Find Out Who Dominates This Year by jcubic

Fri, 14 Feb 2014 13:37:47 +0000

And where is GNU/Linux?



Comment on [INFOGRAPHIC] Browser Wars: Find Out Who Dominates This Year by MaciekBaron

Wed, 12 Feb 2014 15:29:21 +0000

Why would you need a 64-bit browser? Do you need to support more than 4GB of RAM? What kind of websites are you visiting?



Comment on [INFOGRAPHIC] Browser Wars: Find Out Who Dominates This Year by Anh Tran

Wed, 12 Feb 2014 15:26:20 +0000

I've been using Chrome for years and have no reason to switch to others. I love its developer tools, very friendly and easy to use. I worked on Firefox before, with Firebug, but somehow the Chrome dev tools is much better. If I'm a normal user who only surf web, check email, read emails, etc. maybe I can switch back to Firefox or Safari. But I'm a developer and Chrome is my number 1!



Comment on [INFOGRAPHIC] Browser Wars: Find Out Who Dominates This Year by Binder

Wed, 12 Feb 2014 11:53:55 +0000

Yeah BB is definitely faster than my Android and I prefer using it. I was just thinking about this yesterday. It's a shame that the PLaybook only comes in 7". If it had come in the larger screen size I wouldn't have bought the Android.