Bytecode IO Founder to Present Couchbase Server Tutorial


On October 8 our founder and Solutions Architect, Charlie Killian, will be in Alamo, CA for the monthly meeting of the East Bay Web Application Developers.  Charlie will will be presenting a tutorial that installs a three node Couchbase Server cluster and builds a small Node.js application using the Couchbase Node.js SDK. The meeting is … Continue reading Bytecode IO Founder to Present Couchbase Server Tutorial

Solving OOM by Resizing MySQL’s innodb_buffer_pool_size


Several developers at one of Bytecode IO’s clients reached out for help after some of their scripts began mysteriously dying. These scripts connected to a MySQL 5.6 server the developers had configured and were doing large SQL transforms. After examining the configured innodb_buffer_pool_size, we found that it was set to 92% of RAM and the … Continue reading Solving OOM by Resizing MySQL’s innodb_buffer_pool_size

Forking the Mixpanel Data API Client


One of Bytecode IO’s clients is moving from Mixpanel to an AWS Redshift data warehouse.  I was tasked with extracting the data out of the Mixpanel API and loading it into Redshift.  As the client wanted to slowly reduce their use of Mixpanel, rather than a single dump and load, we went with an hourly … Continue reading Forking the Mixpanel Data API Client