The world of IT is very interesting. There are many ways of achieving the same goals, many ways of deploying applications, building them. It is frankly quite interesting to me I cannot say it enough.
Recently, my EC2 instance was freezing quite a lot. I lost count of how many times I had to restart it because it was so slow. I attributed the issue to the fact that my VM is the most basic someone could get, the lowest amount of memory etc.
However, recently, I decided to use systemD to deploy my applications and all the issues with performance and freezing went away. Mind you I was using command “nohup” to run my services in the background … all of a sudden using systemD seemed to improve performance dramatically. I also disabled a bunch of debug options that I left on hehehe.
I am glad things are no longer freezing though.
Recently, I found out about the "Anonymous Object concept".
This is basically an object that has nothing to contain a reference to it.
This is how we would usually create an object ------->
Object obj = new Object();
However, you can call the constructor of an object and create the object, without storing its reference anywhere.
Like this ------->
You can use it immediately, but soon the garbage collector will clean it,
since there is no reference to it.
I found it quite interesting, even though I cannot think of any real use for it. lol.
This is the very first post of this page. Butterflies are a great symbol of transformation.
I draw inspiration from them to keep going and perfect my craft. Where will I be in the next 2 or 6 months? How about 1 or 2 years? I do not know, nevertheless, I am very excited about it!
Despite all of the "unknowns" I must keep it pushing.