I recently heard of hapi.js, which is described as a “rich framework for building applications and services, enabling developers to focus on writing reusable application logic instead of spending time building infrastructure.” You can access its code and play with it from its Github repository here. The initial commit for Hapi was on August 5, […]

I am currently playing with Google Go language. Learn more about it at http://www.golang.org It is a pretty fast language to build efficient things. I work on my MAC OSX and love that. My first HelloWord.go code is available on my GitHub repo here. It is almost empty as what I was trying to do […]

  AngularJS is a beautiful framework by Misko Hevery. There is so much we can do with it when it comes to web applications. The following presents different technologies and frameworks and what they are tackling. It is based on that initial state that AngularJS has been approached in order to provide a new way […]

From Simula to C++? Writing a pre-processor to make C look like Simula? And then comes C++? And then the concept of use cases from Ivar Jacobson is introduced? So now we are talking about maybe using C++ and using use cases for designing things? And then comes the gang of four with Design Patterns? […]

“Architecture is….the important stuff, whatever that is.” “We need to put less effort on quality so we can build more features for our next release.” Really? How you define the quality of your software in regards to architecture? Where do you place your customers’ ability to compete into that picture? Why keep your code base […]

This article by Ryan Tomayko discuss REST and its implications. The author has removed it for good from his blog for reasons indicated in the link at the bottom, How I Explained REST to My Wife Sunday, December 12, 2004 Translations of the following dialog available in Japanese, French, Vietnamese, Italian, Spanish,Portuguese, and Chinese. Huge thanks to YAMAMOTO Yohei, Karl Dubost, jishin, Barbz, Tordek, Edgard Arakaki, keven lw, […]

Microsoft is moving forward with putting out as many informations as possible for the Visual Studio Debugger, Concord, available for tweaking. The current documentation is available on Github here. Here is what we can find on MSFT website, coming from Patrick Nelson, a member of the Visual Studio Debugger Team “In Visual Studio 2012, the […]


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