Android development is fairly simple, but a good simulator that comes close to the iOS simulator experience was missing until now, but with GenyMotion the wait is over. Installation is easy, and you can set up a lot of different emulation environments. The advantage of genymotion is that it creates a real virtual android device, so whatever you are developing with (android studio, eclipse) sees the GenyMotion emulator as a “real” connected device.
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Amazon AWS vs Linode vs Digitalocean – Cloudserver showdown update may 2014
I benchmarked aws, linode and digitalocean about a year ago.
Since a few weeks Linode changed their offering to SSD, faster CPUs, double Ram but you get strict core isolation now. You now get 2 cores for $20 instead of 8. So I upgraded (?) my linode servers and did the test again: