We have dozens of background tasks that handle things like payments and analytics. Many of the queries that are run by these tasks are expensive SELECTs, and we were starting to notice an impact on frontend performance. MySQL has an easy solution for read-intensive applications (as most websites are): just add a read-only slave server that uses asynchronous replication and divide read queries between the servers… Except setting up replication takes some care and on-going attention.
GitHub for Mac is the best Git client I’ve ever tried. Point. So awesome and simple you can’t believe it.
Ohanah App for Joomla
Events for Joomla, done right.
This open-source application maps the information that your iPhone is recording about your movements. It doesn’t record anything itself, it only displays files that are already hidden on your iPhone