The web is still waiting for the worldwide roll-out of Google's next-generation search infrastructure, the mysterious indexing system overhaul known as "Caffeine." A recent Wired profile of Google's search team indicates that Caffeine has already been deployed. But it seems the technology is still limited to a single data center …
Sorry, but "We run lots of tests with this big a change to our infrastructure" is grammatically correct and there is no need for the [sic].
No, I don't have anything positive to say, thanks for asking.
"architecture that's no [sic] exactly suited to apps that require low latency"
who make as many mistakes themselves still insist on [sic]ing to show they're clevered that than spokes-drone :)
Since when is a code refactoring exercise newsworthy? Oh yeah, when it's Google.
Next week's grippy news story: the unit tests pass!
I love the fact they've named this new indexing system after the world's most popular narcotic for perking you up. I assume version 3 will be Google Cocaine?
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