By Caroline Starr Rose
Desperate to break out from their drunkard of a father, eleven-year-old Jasper and his older brother Melvin usually speak of working away, of heading north to Alaska to chase riches past their wildest desires. The Klondike Gold Rush is asking, and Melvin has eventually made up our minds the time to move is now—even if that suggests leaving Jasper in the back of. yet Jasper has different plans, and follows his brother aboard a steamer as a stowaway.
Onboard the send, Jasper overhears a rumor approximately One-Eyed Riley, an previous coot who is lengthy given that long gone, yet is expounded to have left clues to the positioning of his stake, which nonetheless has lots of gold left. the 1st individual to resolve the clues and locate the mine can stake the declare and develop into prosperous. Jasper is fast to trap gold fever and is aware he and Melvin can locate the mine—all they need to do is continue to exist the tough Alaskan terrain, in addition to the steep pageant from the unscrupulous and hazardous humans they stumble upon alongside the way.
In an endearing, humorous, pitch-perfect heart grade voice, Caroline Starr Rose tells one other stellar ancient event younger readers will lengthy remember.
By Brian Crawford
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By Robbie Strickland
- See how one can get 100% uptime along with your Cassandra functions utilizing this easy-follow guide
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Apache Cassandra is a hugely scalable, peer-to-peer database designed for 100% uptime, with deployments within the tens of hundreds of thousands of nodes, all aiding petabytes of information. This e-book deals a realistic perception into construction hugely to be had, real-world purposes utilizing Apache Cassandra.
The publication starts off with the basics, supporting you to appreciate how Apache Cassandra’s structure permits it to accomplish one hundred pc uptime whilst different structures fight to take action. You’ll get a great knowing of knowledge distribution, replication, and Cassandra’s hugely tunable consistency version. Then we take an in-depth examine Cassandra's strong aid for a number of facts facilities, and you’ll see how you can scale out a cluster. subsequent, the publication explores the area of software layout, with chapters discussing the local driving force and knowledge modeling. finally, you’ll the right way to keep away from universal anti-patterns and make the most of Cassandra’s skill to fail gracefully.
What you are going to learn
- Understand how the middle structure of Cassandra permits hugely on hand applications
- Use replication and tunable consistency degrees to stability consistency, availability, and performance
- Set up a number of info facilities to let failover, load balancing, and geographic distribution
- Add potential on your cluster with 0 downtime
- Take good thing about excessive availability positive aspects within the local driver
- Create info versions that scale good and maximize availability
- Understand universal anti-patterns so that you can stay away from them
- Keep your procedure operating good even in the course of failure scenarios
About the Author
Robbie Strickland has been eager about the Apache Cassandra undertaking due to the fact that 2010, and he before everything went to construction with the half free up. He has made various contributions through the years, together with paintings on drivers for C# and Scala and a number of contributions to the middle Cassandra codebase. In 2013 he turned the first actual qualified Cassandra developer, and in 2014 DataStax chosen him as an Apache Cassandra MVP.
Robbie has been an lively speaker and author within the Cassandra neighborhood and is the founding father of the Atlanta Cassandra clients crew. different examples of his writing are available at the DataStax weblog, and he has provided quite a few webinars and convention talks over the years.
Table of Contents
- Cassandra's method of excessive Availability
- Data Distribution
- Data Centers
- Scaling Out
- High Availability positive aspects within the local Java Client
- Modeling for Availability
- Failing Gracefully
By Suzanne Lazear
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The feeling like a buzz on your teeth.
The scrape of bone on bone. . .
Paul Gallo observed the document at the information: a mass assassin prime police to his sufferers’ graves, in distant Dread’s Hand, Alaska.
It’s now not even a city; extra just like the undesirable reminiscence of a city. an identical little bit of desolate tract the place his dual brother went lacking a 12 months in the past. because the our bodies are exhumed, Paul travels to Alaska to get closure and positioned his grief to rest.
But the secret is barely starting. What Paul unearths are superstitious locals who speak of the satan stealing souls, and a line of wood crosses to maintain what’s within the woods from popping out. He reveals no closure simply because not anyone can clarify precisely what occurred to Danny.
And the extra he searches for solutions, the extra he unearths himself changing into a part of the secret. . .
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By Monteiro Lobato
Durante um chuvoso mês de fevereiro, Dona Benta get to the bottom of ler para os netos e para a boneca Emília um livro chamado História das invenções do homem, o fazedor de milagres. Antes de começar, ela avisa: “Este livro não é para crianças, mas se european o ler do meu modo vocês entenderão tudo”. No decorrer da narrativa, Dona Benta cumpre o prometido e o autor – como já havia feito nos livros Emília no país da gramática, Aritmética da Emília, O poço do Visconde, Geografia de Dona Benta e Serões de Dona Benta – mostra uma nova metodologia de ensino, provando que é possível informar e divertir ao mesmo tempo.
Enquanto degustam a pipoca preparada por Tia Nastácia, Pedrinho, Narizinho e Emília ouvem a avó contar sobre o nascimento do nosso planeta, o surgimento da vida na Terra e a evolução do homem. Depois, ela fala sobre descobertas e invenções que mudaram a história da humanidade, como o fogo, a cerâmica, a roda, os óculos, o avião e muitas outras.
Em um instigante diálogo, Dona Benta desenvolve a ideia de que as invenções são ferramentas que servem para aumentar o poder do nosso corpo e nos permitem dominar as forças da natureza. Esse conceito fica explícito nos títulos dos capítulos que dividem o livro: Da pele ao arranha-céu, A mão, O pé que roda: a roda, A boca, O ouvido, O olho etc.
Com uma combinação fascinante de realidade e fantasia, por meio da voz de seus personagens, Lobato traduz para os leitores a obra do historiador holandês Hendrik Van Loon e apresenta um painel do progresso social e científico do homem, contextualizando os desdobramentos das inovações tecnológicas para a humanidade.
História das Invenções foi publicado pela primeira vez em 1935 e a nova edição comentada, lançada pela Globinho, teve como base a edição de 1947. Esta edição atual traz comentários que atualizam o conteúdo unique e apontam novos avanços e descobertas em várias áreas do conhecimento.