I just installed and ran the demo that comes with the Celtix ESB I mentioned last week. So far so good – I haven’t done anything to serious yet.What I did find interesting is that it’s built on Spring which means you configure the bus using an XMLBeanFactory. As the guide says, that’s about all [...]
Archive | February, 2006
Here’s James Robertson quoting from Tim Bray’s post The Real AJAX Upside. I suspect thereâ€™s a huge system-wide optimization waiting out there for us to grab, by pushing as much of the templating and page generation work out there onto the clients. In particular, when youâ€™re personalizing a page, assign all the work you can [...]
I won’t be able to attend Waterfall 2006 but it looks like it will be a cracker.On a more serious note, the Middleware gig is on in Melbourne later this year (Nov/Dec). Mark Baker always seems to make a lot of sense and he’s on the committee so I’m thinking it will be worth travelling [...]
Performance & Scalability
Recently I've had friends from other early stage startups ask me for technical advice on performance and scalability.
Interesting and rewarding conversations have followed so I decided to open it up with office hours.
If interested, you can book me.
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