Here you will find ideas and code straight from the Software Development Team at SportsEngine. Our focus is on building great software products for the world of youth and amateur sports. We are fortunate to be able to combine our love of sports with our passion for writing code.
The SportsEngine application originated in 2006 as a single Ruby on Rails 1.2 application. Today the SportsEngine Platform is composed of more than 20 applications built on Rails and Node.js, forming a service oriented architecture that is poised to scale for the future.
A talk by Doug Rohde. Concepts from the world of design and how they can inform decisions we make as software developers to reduce complexity and increase maintainability.
We are seeing a 33% application response time improvement and the ability to serve twice as much traffic when comparing a new generation c3.2xlarge AWS server directly to the c1.xlarge on real production traffic.
I think that we can all agree that Active Record is pretty great. Working with ActiveRecord objects, though, comes at a cost. It has to fetch data from the database and then work with it a bit to give you the easy-to-use object with lots of bells and whistles.
Ruby on Rails is surprisingly slow to insert a few thousand records into a join table. In Ngin there are a few cases where the speed of an insert like that is of utmost importance. See how we're able to speed up such data insertions by several orders of magnitude.
See how TST Media developers keep Ngin running in top-notch shape by measuring changes against live production traffic.
Gain full insight into your middleware performance with Rack Timer!
At TST Media we upgraded our NGIN application from Rails 2.3.2 to Rails 3.0.5 on April 6th. Unfortunately, we immediately saw the average response time of our application double.
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