This year, 2009, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of a landmark moment for (Dutch) computing science: it is 50 years ago this year that Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, The Netherlands’ most famous computing scientist, published his Shortest Path Algorithm in Numerische
I have written some posts about using flex and the project Spring BlazeDS Integration. If you haven’t read that post I suggest you start there first : Flex remoting without configuring the client. That said, what is this post about?
Hi All, this a some what unusual post. It is not about technology. Well, that’s not completely true, let’s rephrase. This post does not contain code. This post is a shameless plug for the ApacheCon 2009 in Amsterdam. Why> Because
Following a trackback to your own blog entry can be interesting from time to time. Today, for instance, I was led to an interesting blog from quite some years ago on the sys-con site by Michael Yuan entitled “Is Ruby
Over the course of a number of different posts on Gridshore, I have mentioned a number of different ideas (mine as well as others’) that I was planning to introduce into my project and of which I promised to report
I needed of course a reason to write besides the 99 also the 101 Post. So two inspirational moments to do so: 100 Posts on the Gridshore blog.That needs celebration. Every inspirational moment — well, 40 of them — you
This is just a very short post about nothing. Well nothing, almost nothing. Thanks to the last posts of Freddie, this post is number 100 since we started using wordpress. As a side note, today I upgraded to version 2.7.
This blog I wrote to share some of my insights on Distributed Software Development (Offshore, Nearshore, Rightshore, GRIDSHORE, whatevershore). I will not go into cultural differences, intellectual differences, communication issues (human and technical), time and distance issues, etc.