Improving throughput in OpenInsight


As I am non-technical, it is always nice to receive some technical information from around the Revelation community. Revelation often shares things with me, but there is a wealth of technical knowledge and information out there in the community. I watch many of the blogs but a heads up is always useful and Martin Drenovac from Powerforce recently contacted me with a very useful tip:

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Martyn good evening

Just reading your blogs and OI pointing to the use of cacheing – we’ve recently started to refactor some portions of our system to use rtp65 as a means of improving throughput.

And internally we use the web to document our own code / specs – and I wonder whether this article (not yet complete), might be a useful example to put into the OI community.

http://www.rosterme.com.au/2013/support/faq7.html

Please note that it’s not fully written up just yet.

Cheers,
Martin Drenovac
Powerforce Software P/L

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  1. Martin Drenovac

    Cheers Martyn

    If anyone wants further info, please pass on my email

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