Mick has put together a pimping good presentation on the work we did for DSTO recently. It will be given today at 4:30 in T102 (food provided by the school at 4:00 in the Airport Lounge) so come along! There will be live demo’s of all the stuff as well and we’ll be passing around [...]
Archive for the 'fedWS' Category
Last night I completed most of the benchmarking for fedWS2. However, given that we are talking about web services, the major portion of time the server or client spends doing work will be on the serialization/de-serialization of the messages. Given this, my activities were more of a benchmarking of XFire (which fedWS2 uses to provide [...]
Before I get stuck into it I want to just say this: Updates and photos on the last three days in New Zealand are coming, however time has been tight and each entry takes about an hour to prepare. Iâ€™ll get there next week when my time is frees up a touch.
Now, onto the real [...]
The end is now clearly visible. Iâ€™m loving everything at the moment, even documentation. Maybe itâ€™s due to an excess of sugar; maybe itâ€™s the effects of prolonged exposure to documentation; maybe itâ€™s early onset euphoria triggered by the turning of the last big corner; maybe it is a love for open source software and [...]
Tim goes to bed: Sunday 8am.
Tim gets out of bed: Sunday 4pm.
Tim starts coding: Sunday 5pm.
Tim writes this blog post: Monday Midday.
By my calculations that is about 19 hours of pretty much nothing but coding (plus another 8 hours or so on Saturday and 4 on Friday night). I can’t remember leaving the house this [...]