Laravel App checks redis database for data pushed by 3rd Party. Laravel Scheduler runs artisan command `php artisan check:redis` every 10 mins. I am expecting about 20k records to be checked every hour at peak times. Please also suggest me if my whole approach as a whole is flawed. 1. Scheduler runs check:redis command every 10 mins 2. check:redis command should dispatch job to be queued 3. Queue will later process jobs and create rows as required. Below is handle() method from `App\Console\Commands\CheckRedis` public function handle() { while(Redis::llen('schema_queue')){ dispatch(new CheckRedisJob($redis->rpop('schema_queue'))) } } and this is `App\Jobs\CheckRedisJob` public function handle() { …

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What salary Should I expect in New Delhi as Fresher ASP.NET web developer .net developer,in small company. I'm BCA and GNIIT(2 years software engineering diploma)?

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I need to get printed documents name and from which ip it is printed using java.

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what is mean by keyword prominence and share information about it briefly

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where is the best online community to get paid for writing code and designing UML's? I mean where you are paid $2 to $10 per job and not $0.10 and for experts get paid USD$25 - $50 per job and USD$250 - $500 for major projects.. But mostly where you can grow and one that pays to your paypal or moneybookers account....

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In case my recent post about the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3011.html"]stress levels of IT workers[/URL] made you want to start looking for a new job, the least I can do is offer you some tips. Here are three things you need to do right now: [B]Get a sense of the market[/B] - Make sure you have your finger on the pulse of the IT industry, especially if you haven't been job-hunting in many years. You'd be surprised at how much things have changed. CIO.com took a look recently at [URL="http://www.cio.com/article/444626/_Secure_IT_Jobs_"]16 jobs in IT[/URL] that aren't going away anytime soon. From information security experts …

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friends, share me some informations about the functions of content and its importance...please

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Friends please help me to made clear ideas about these topics which is better for todays trend c++ or SAP...

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According to new research from Randstad Technologies, a specialist recruitment company, less than half of those working in the IT and technology industry in the United Kingdom are happy with their levels of pay. By contrast, however, 60% appear to be quite happy with their jobs despite of this. Interestingly, that 60% figure is lower than the national average of 61% across the entire UK workforce whereas the number happy with their pay (47%) is higher than the national average (43%). If you want to be really happy, if you believe the statistics, then perhaps you should quit tech and …

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Hello, I am taking my second Java course this semester CSC-251 (advanced Java). I took introduction to computer programming last summer. With three programming courses under my belt will I be able to find a job out there in the real world? For a little background information about myself. I am a 52 year old electrical contractor and has experienced a shrinkage of business in the last 4 - years. Ideally, I would like to find computer programming work that will allow me to incorporate my knowledge of the electrical industry with the programming industry. Right now I would like …

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The world's largest digital jobs survey, using data extracted from more than 230,000 jobs posted to The Freelancer.co.uk site, reveals some interesting hiring trends in the developer sector. ![dweb-androidapps](/attachments/small/0/dweb-androidapps.jpg "align-right") According to the latest Freelancer Fast 50 survey, if you are a mobile apps developer than it's pretty good news overall with job offers in both Android and iOS marketplaces on the up. However, Android developers should have the broadest smiles on their faces after the survey showed that job offers for them were up by 16% on the previous quarter. Meanwhile, although I would hardly have used the word …

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Hi. I'm Mike, a developer in Los Angeles, working for a small company. Quick question: I want to write something that's potentially a contract job posting (at the company I work for), but really the project isn't defined well enough yet for me to be comfortable handing it off, saying "build this." What I'd like to do is establish a working relationship with some developers, get their feedback on the overall direction of the project (e.g. what technology is suited to the goals in mind, whether they are major things I've overlooked), and then, finally *hire* them to build it, …

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The results from what is claimed to be the most comprehensive global online job trends survey, the 'Fast 50' Q2 2012 report took data from 190,000 online job postings as an indicator of the global online employment economy. Some of the findings are surprising to say the least, such as how the Facebook IPO fiasco has impacted negatively upon employment within the social media sector and why Apple is leaving Android in its dust. The Facebook IPO 'fizzer' has seen Facebook related jobs fall by 14% in the quarter, and Freelancer.co.uk (the authors of the Fast 50 report) reckon this …

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Although you may not realise it, dear coder, you apparently have the best job in America. At least that's what the newly published [2012 Jobs Rated Report](http://www.careercast.com/jobs-rated) reckons. The CareerCast research shows that for the second year running the best job in the US is a software engineer. Not surprisingly the demand for programmers is expected to rise by as much as 30% over the next eight years according to the report authors, a rate of increase much steeper than the average for any other occupation. ![bestjobs](/attachments/small/0/bestjobs.jpg "align-right") The report took into account various factors such as income, stress, physical …

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The biggest heroes and villains in IT history have been revealed as the results of a new poll are published. Perhaps rather surprisingly, Steve Jobs is just as hated as Bill Gates and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is more hated than both of them. But that's just where the shock results from this particular survey start: wait until you see how people voted in the 'greatest computing hero of all time' section. [ATTACH=RIGHT]23676[/ATTACH]The poll, conducted by IT and Telecoms recruitment specialists Greythorn, asked IT professionals in the United Kingdom who they thought the most unpopular person ever in the history …

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Just wanted to introduce myself. I worked at Microsoft and Amazon.com, amongst other companies in various capacities. I now recruit for a really, really cool company. • 22 developers • 80 gigabits/sec video streaming • 600 million PHP requests/day • 35 million uniques...day! • 10 million registered users We are privately held, successful for 14 years, with an always innovating product, debt-free, no investors to satisfy, and have retained our start-up mentality...really. (Btw, our culture is very employee-oriented; this is no HR/marketing construct, we are just people who like people). We love flat management frameworks and have no VP’s. As …

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Do you have to be like a master programmer in a certain language to land a job in this field?

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Earn Extra money from your home by doing ad posting jobs with Virtual online Jobs. 101% guarantee of income of your work. Earn per ad post you did. For More info and advertise your website visit: [url]http://adf.ly/2yWrC[/url]

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Have any e-commerce job ideas or opportunities? Job titles? Degree requirement? Salary? Etc.? I would like to know.

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I have several, plus some domains for sale. I'm also a social media geek with a good sense of humor. Can I stay?

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I'm recently completed my Master's of Arts degree in Political Science. While I was in grad school, I had to learn R. From there, I began learning Python and Perl. When I was in grad school, I was utilizing most of these languages for data analysis and data visualization. For example, I would use the Python library NetworkX to conduct network analysis. I'm now looking for jobs, and realizing that the private sector doesn't value my political science degree, and doesn't really care if I learned any programming languages. For this reason, I am considering returning to school to get …

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Steve Jobs of [URL="http://www.apple.com"]Apple[/URL] has declared that [URL="http://www.microsoft.com"]Microsoft[/URL] Windows is in terminal decline. No really, that's what he's said at the [URL="http://allthingsd.com/d/"]All Things Digital[/URL] conference in LA. And he's had backing from people like Dreamworks, who now access the Internet through an iPad. OK, we'll take it as read that we understand there's a lot of vested interest going on here. Jobs would love to see Windows crash and burn, and he's likely to be having a load of fun watching as iPad sells 2m units. But...Windows in decline? Really? To find out whether that's actually going to happen we …

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The topic of certification surfaces every so often in technical circles--especially when job seekers face tough job competition. The value of such certifications comes into question versus that of years of experience. For experienced technicians and engineers, the opinion is that experience is the most important for landing a job. In the minds of newbies and wannabes, certifications rule. Certifying authorities and vendors, of course, want you to spend the money obtaining the certifications and are ready to cite instances where certification is required for employment. I, myself, was caught up in the certification frenzy back in the early 90s …

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Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse in the world of software patents, a reliable source sent me this response from Steve Jobs about a patent pool that's forming and aiming to nail the open source codecs projects. It's enough to make the weak at heart go weak in the knees and stop working on open source projects. Here is Steve Jobs' response to the letter from Hugo Roy: [QUOTE]From: Steve Jobs To: Hugo Roy Subject: Re: Open letter to Steve Jobs: Thoughts on Flash Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 06:21:17 -0700 All video codecs are covered by …

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Ten percent of people working in the electronics and telecom sector have not read a book for pleasure in the last year. During the same 12 month period, 35 percent had not learnt a new activity or indulged in a new hobby either. According to the Department For Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in the UK, an encouraging 60 percent did think that learning a new skill or taking up a new hobby would make them more confident at work. Photography led the way, with 18 percent wanting to learn that and 11 percent showing an interest in taking up …

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Two numbers that Apple fans won't forget in a hurry have made the headlines this week: 10 billion and 40 billion. The first refers to the 10 billion songs that have now been downloaded from the iTunes Store. The 10 billionth song was the eerily appropriate "Guess Things Happen That Way" by the oh so aptly named Johnny Cash. And cash is waiting for the downloader of that 10 billionth track in the form of a $10,000 iTunes gift card courtesy of Apple. "We’re grateful to all of our customers for helping us reach this amazing milestone" Eddy Cue, Apple’s …

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There has been [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/blogs/daveyw/2009/01/13/no-crisis-in-it-security-budgets/"]much speculation[/URL] regarding job losses at Microsoft of late, and now the truth is out. Thankfully the scale of the damage is not as great as at first feared, and nowhere near the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3757.html"]15,000 job losses[/URL] talked about recently. It would seem that 1400 jobs are to be axed with immediate effect, impacting most every part of the Microsoft operation from R&D to marketing, finance and sales. A further 3600 jobs will go during the coming 18 months, making a total of 5000 staff feeling the chop. As a result, Microsoft hopes to save in the region …

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Last week, The Linux Foundation [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org/node/5716"]launched[/URL] it's new Linux Jobs board and normally, I applaud anything that [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org"]The Linux Foundation[/URL] (TLF) does but not this time. And I think it's great that TLF has a [URL="http://jobs.linux.com"]job board[/URL] on [URL="http://www.linux.com"]Linux.com[/URL], however, the execution lacks the luster I've come to expect from these guys. So, what's my beef with something so positive as a job board? What would make anyone, much less me, irritable at a Linux job board's implementation and launch? It's simple, really. To call something a Linux Jobs Board, what would you expect to see there? Linux jobs, perhaps? …

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According to the British government organisation which helps UK-based companies to succeed in the wider global economy, UK Trade & Investment ([URL="http://www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk"]UKTI[/URL]), it is currently helping some 76 UK companies pitch for business with the European particle physics laboratory, CERN. Apparently, CERN spent a massive £110 million ($175.75 million) on such supply contracts last year. UKTI is working with the Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) to bring senior procurement officials to the UK who are looking to fulfil contracts in areas such as IT, mechanical engineering and electronics. The UK companies will be meeting with CERN officials at two …

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The End.