Brandon Werner

On cloud identity and the Internet of Things

Brandon Werner

On cloud identity and the Internet of Things
  • Brandon Werner

    Tech Trends For Fall Reading: Software Transactional Memory, Cloud Computing Storage, and more

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    Now that the summer is over and the tech industry is back to work, why not do some good reading? Here is a good reading list to bookmark. Get up to speed of Generic Programming, or Programming In General My first recommendation is the collected papers of Alexander Stepanov, which you can get from his website entitled... Collected Papers of Alexander Stepanov . For those who don't know, Stepanov is the key person behind the C++ Standard Template Library, which he started to develop around 1993...
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    The Rise Of Functional Programming: F#/Scala/Haskell and the failing of Lisp

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    Over at Lambda The Ultimate, the best academic programming blog on earth, there is a large debate going on regarding what the future of languages will be for 2008. The most important thing to emerge from the discussion is the larger role functional programming will play. It seems like a safe bet. This year has seen the explosion of interest and creation of functional languages such as Apple OS X's Nu , Java's JVM using Scala and Microsoft Research's .Net language F# . I am ecstatic at this change...
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    Thoughts On Google's Conference on Scalability In Seattle

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    If you are looking for a good collection of notes regarding the topics covered at the Seattle Conference on Scalability , you can do no better than what James Hamilton put together . Instead, I'll write a quick commentary on what I experienced. Scalability Is Your Problem Too The goals of the conference are laudable. Scalability is an issue that almost all practitioners of software engineering face, especially as we move towards offering services both inside and outside the enterprise. Many...
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September, 2008