steve at stephenorr.co.uk
Tue Jan 12 14:24:16 UTC 2010
I would agree with you there, and it would produce similar performance
gains. I suspect the interview was either faked, or that the employee was
misadvised as to what the project was about - and most companies come up
with clever names for internal projects... David will know exactly what I
mean if I say the phrase "NewNet"...
2010/1/12 David Goodwin <david at codepoets.co.uk>
> j michaelson wrote:
> > An interview with a facebook employee. The guy mentions that someone
> > there is making hyperphp, which is a compiled language instead of
> > scripted. (mentioned about half way down the page).
> I don't know whether that interview is fake or real... doesn't APC (and
> other op-code caches) make the point of 'hyperphp' (compiled 'php')
> Perhaps I'm missing something.
> David Goodwin
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