I’ve been reading a lot of stuff about Apple’s new products this week (Watch, iPhone 6 & Pay). This got me thinking about why I, for the most part, prefer Apple products over Google products.
I visited with PagerDuty yesterday for a little Friday beer and pizza. While there I got started talking about Go. I was asked by Alex, their CEO, why I liked it. Several other people have asked me the same question recently, so I figured it was worth posting.
Steal can only be measured when the VM *wants* to use CPU, but the hypervisor decided to run a different VM. i.e. something like 25% steal means that 25% of the time the vm was doing *nothing* when it really really wanted to do *something*.
Fans want to watch their shows. They’ll pay to make that happen. Everything else is mired in enrenched interests. Find a way to make that happen and we’ll all agree that Firefly jumped the shark during its seventh season.