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Yes, Drupal 8 is slower than Drupal 7 - here's why | Jeff Geerling

Thu, 03/31/2016 - 13:21 -- rprice

The image above illustrates how BigPipe can help even slow-to-render pages deliver usable content to the browser very quickly. If you have a block in a sidebar that pulls in some data from an external service, or only one tiny user-specific block (like a "Welcome, Jeff!" widget with a profile picture) that takes a half second or longer to render, Drupal can now serve the majority of a page immediately, then send the slower content when it's ready.

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Developers can run Bash Shell and user-mode Ubuntu Linux binaries on Windows 10 - Scott Hanselman

Wed, 03/30/2016 - 17:07 -- rprice

Running bash on Windows hits in the sweet spot. It behaves like Linux because it executes real Linux binaries. Just hit the Windows Key and type bash.

After you're setup, run apt-get update and get a few developer packages. I wanted Redis and Emacs. I did an apt-get install emacs23 to get emacs. Note this is the actual emacs retrieved from Ubuntu's feed.

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Developers can run Bash Shell and user-mode Ubuntu Linux binaries on Windows 10 - Scott Hanselman

Wed, 03/30/2016 - 17:07 -- rprice

Running bash on Windows hits in the sweet spot. It behaves like Linux because it executes real Linux binaries. Just hit the Windows Key and type bash.

After you're setup, run apt-get update and get a few developer packages. I wanted Redis and Emacs. I did an apt-get install emacs23 to get emacs. Note this is the actual emacs retrieved from Ubuntu's feed.

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Developers can run Bash Shell and user-mode Ubuntu Linux binaries on Windows 10 - Scott Hanselman

Wed, 03/30/2016 - 17:07 -- rprice

Running bash on Windows hits in the sweet spot. It behaves like Linux because it executes real Linux binaries. Just hit the Windows Key and type bash.

After you're setup, run apt-get update and get a few developer packages. I wanted Redis and Emacs. I did an apt-get install emacs23 to get emacs. Note this is the actual emacs retrieved from Ubuntu's feed.

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