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 November, 2005
On October 23 this year I shelved the old version of the labs’ commons library and began rewriting it for Java 5.0. Since that time, combining my work on it and some other stuff, more than 27,000 lines of code have come from my hands. All this on top of thesis writing and other stuff [...]
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 [...]
Iâ€™m a geek and this post is to celebrate it.
Some things I’ve done in the last couple of days that “regular” people might find geeky:
Contemplated how anyone could ever have lived on dial-up (after my connection got shaped for excessive usage - long story involving me downgrading my plan and it unexpectedly coming into effect [...]
As I sit outside in the warm sun, soaking up the Vitamin-D and wasting precious battery life writing this little entry, a thought occurs to me. . .
I LOVE wireless. In fact, what I really love is the combination of wireless, a light, portable laptop and good weather. Even though I am clearly procrastinating, I [...]