Applications have to run in high-consequence environments. They have to serve hundreds of thousands of users 24 / 7. Our clients spend millions in hard- and software and highly depend on the revenue generated by these applications. Unnecessary outage of
Rethinking session management
As I mentioned in a previous blog, I’ve been playing around a little with the Click framework in the hopes of having stumbled on a front end framework that is suitable for people like me (who really don’t like the
One liter of Guice during Spring break
As you all know, I am a regular springframework user. Especially now that I am working for JTeam, all my projects deal with the springframework. At JTeam we are innovators, so we do check out some other frameworks as well.
Redesigning libraries completely
I just got done reading Jettro’s post on refactoring your library. And still being in the vacation mood, it reminded me of an idea that surfaces in my so-called brain every now and then: the public library for the twenty-first
Time for a new editor (and other vacation musings)….
Sometimes you just get to a point that it’s time for something new. In this case, I’ve found that it’s time for a new blog editor. For most of my posts so far on GridShore, I’ve been using Zoundry Raven.
Refactoring your library
I have read a lot of books on a lot of different topics to become what I now am. A lot of them I own in a physical way, others in an electronic way. The amount of books tends to
Using google appengine
When attending the JAOO in Denmark, I was amazed by the easy setup of google application engine. There is a good step by step guide to creating a hello world application. It would be silly to recreate that guide here.
PG-3 for theoretical content and lack of depth
Last week, I have had the pleasure to travel to Denmark with a few colleagues and visit the JAOO conference in Arhus. As with all conference visits, drinks, late nights and early mornings for the first presentation make it a