In recent weeks, as I delve deeper and deeper into the murky depth (err, shallows seems more appropriate given the topic) of the Model Driven Architecture I have developed some strong views on it, the OMG and all those who generally have their head stuck in the clouds thinking of how to solve problems in [...]
Archive for November, 2003
Yesterday Mick, Andy and I attended the launch of Open Source Victoria in the infomedia centre at the state library. On arriving to collect name tags I found that Mick and Andy (who had registered me for the event) had given me a “greek” name; Theo Pokournis to be exact. Ha, ha, you shall get [...]
Moving home in less then two weeks now, the date is the 25th and already (even though we only handed the form in last Friday) there are people wanting to look though. We have had two calls from the real estate agent today, the first to organise a suitable time for a valuation (apparently the [...]
Sorry, can’t talk, got xbox, playing games.
Interesting, another benchmark that shows Java with speed advantages over C++. Now I’m not saying Java is faster then C++, especially when you take into consideration the garbage collector popping up now and then. What I am saying is that C++ people far too often write off Java as being far to slow, when in [...]