Do you need to serialize/deserlize huge amount of data in very quick and simple way? Is XML, JSON or other mechanism for serialization to slow or to heavy for you? There is a nice solution for these problems. It is called Google Protocol Buffers. If you don’t know what is it and how it works, read my post below.
Although I am Microsoft Developer I have to conclude that currently Google App Engine is offering more stable service. If you want to start your adventure with CLOUD, I think you should get your hands dirty with Google App Engine until Azure platform is more tested and stable.
A picture is worth a thousand words and still, we express ourselves mainly in words, just like this blog post. Although many people will support the statement, we just think … Continue reading “Show what your client wants with an image”
I have to admit, that I’m quite enthusiastic about new technologies, especially RIA (Rich Internet Applications) solutions. Recently I was going to give a try to JavaFX and Adobe Flex. And since … Continue reading “Let’s do it! Flex and Grails”
10 things that reduce the client trust to arctic zero
Trust is very important because it usually makes the client come back with another order later on. In waterfall approach, trust is usually on the same level from the beginning to the end of the project. In Agile development, since you keep in touch with the client, there is a risk that trust will go away much earlier. Whydoes this happen? Is waterfall approach better?
My last article about simple Grails application showed, that for quick development Grails are one of top choices. Inspired by some folks writing all around the web, that Grails plus … Continue reading “Grails and Google App-Engine”
Nowadays, it’s hard to find a person who is not involved in any social network. Social networks have millions of users but only a few seriously consider the risks that these sites … Continue reading “How to ruin your career with one click?”
In our last article about Grails we promised some tutorial showing how easy and simple it is to create web application in this framework. So – let’s do it! From … Continue reading “Incredible Grails. ‘How-To’ part 1”
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