· Naughties
· · 2005
· · · November
· · · · 01 (4 entries)

Blogapps on the Air · Dave Johnson tells us this morning that his excellent Blogapps project is finally on the air over at Java.net. If you want to understand all this technology, here’s a great big wide deep pool of working examples.
Bosworth in ACM · I recommend that everyone go read Learning From the Web, a substantial essay by Adam Bosworth, in the latest ACM Queue. It doesn’t say anything new that Adam hasn’t been telling everyone for the last couple of years, but it’s nice to have a canonical version of his message written down somewhere, for the world to point to and learn from.
More Dots · “Please consider using a separator such as · or ¶ between your title and main post bodies.” wrote Simon Griffee (nice-looking page!) (he’s looking for work), whom I’ve never met, out of the blue, apropos of nothing. I tried it and liked it. Thanks, Simon.
CMT Rumbles in the Distance · The party line on our Niagara technology continues to be “sometime late this year or early next year”. I’ve written lots on the concurrency issues that arrive along with Niagara (and every other chip designer is heading down the same multithreaded path); if you want more, check out CMT is coming: Is your application ready? by Richard McDougall, with tons of pointers to big, serious pieces on the subject, including one by Kunle Olokotun, the man behind Niagara.
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