Where can I find information on DISH, RADIO, GATHER and SCATHER draft socket types?
From my understanding the RADIO-DISH pattern is like the PUB-SUB with thread-safety, better performance and without SNDMORE. My guess would be that GATHER-SCATHER acts like XPUB-XSUB with the same tradeoffs?
For users who are interested in using Akka.Persistence.Query, CQRS, EventSourcing, projections, and so forth - the only practical way to combine data from multiple persistent entities without knowing in advance what those entity IDs are is to use Akka.Persistence.Query's EventsByTag queries.
Unfortunately, if you start writing to Akka.Persistence without using any tags at all,
It appears in Ruby 2.2 a change by @nobu modified the logic to just call String#index when passing a String to String#gsub, rather than always using a Regexp object and paying the cost to compile it every time.
We still do the old behavior, making this form of gsub slower than it could be.
rvm truffleruby do ruby bench_gsub.rb
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I found this framework interesting and promising due to its handy API syntax. However, the documentation somewhat confuses me. Well, this is unsurprising because I'm not an expert in Web development anyway. Actually, I have received little formal education in CS, but I know the very basics of TCP thanks to [Beej's Guide to Network Programming](http://beej.us/guide/bgnet/html/single/bg