I just found out that there’s an Ideas Festival in Brisbane at the end of March. A couple of the sessions look quite interesting:Wednesday 29 March Ideas Debate 2006- Big ideas are betterAre they? What about the sneaky little ideas that change your life? Do only big ideas make an impact? National and international Ideas [...]
Archive | March, 2006
Joel Spolsky says: Then to Austin for SXSW where I’m on some kind of panel entitled Sink or Swim: The Five Most Important Startup Decisions. Here’s a good startup decision: work on your products instead of hanging out at “interactive festivals” in Texas. Indeed.
I read Stefan Kleineikenscheidt who says he reads the EAI Patterns and has spotted a site called Service Interaction Patterns.I hadn’t seen the Service Interaction Patterns site before but it’s created by some smart folks I used to work with so I had a close look around. The site has detailed descriptions, real world examples [...]
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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