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[12:46:57] Burgestr_: ineb ruby's parallelism is (mostly) limited to IO operations, which means that your word-counting is only concurrent, which could be the cause
[12:48:07] Burgestr_: ytti you can read and write in parallel on different threads
[12:48:19] Burgestr_: (for example)
[12:48:34] Burgestr_: ineb give JRuby a try to see if it makes a difference
[12:49:21] Burgestr_: ytti this also applies to networking operations, e.g. http calls or calling out to your database
[12:50:22] Burgestr_: ineb what I mentioned is not necesarily *the* reason, perhaps your operations are simply not slow enough or context-switching in your case is perhaps expensive enough to outweigh the concurrency gains

2017-06-02

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[12:38:18] Burgestr_: Knee jerk reaction: web, security research, devops/systems scripting

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[16:44:30] Burgestr_: morfin there are different scoping rules when you use define_singleton_method
[16:45:00] Burgestr_: morfin since it takes a block
[16:45:47] Burgestr_: dminuoso e.g. if you have a local variable outside when you define your singleton method.

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2015-08-12

[00:06:30] Burgestr_: Aeyrix: you found yourself a nice little problem there.
[00:06:54] Burgestr_: Aeyrix: if I've read everything correct you cannot unlink the file in your response block at all, because the file is not really read before your block finishes.

2015-08-11

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[22:21:20] Burgestr_: TheMysticWyvern: What's your experience with programming? Do you want something to explain concepts like variables, loops, or something more advanced?