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Dell Refuses to Sell Ubuntu to Business

blonde rser Re:So... (522 comments)

wow furball, you are really looking like the ignorant jackass who keeps getting showed up in this conversation.

more than 7 years ago



Smalltalk framework, Seaside, ported to Java

blonde rser blonde rser writes  |  more than 6 years ago

blonde rser writes "The smalltalk darling Seaside has finally made the move to Java. From the Seaside homepage

We are thrilled to announce Seaside for Java. After the successful J2EE context refactoring, we proceeded with the next logical step and moved the whole code-base to Java.
Best of it, migration to Java is even easier than moving between two Smalltalk dialects: With the agreement of all major Smalltalk vendors, we introduced a new platform independent primitive that is an equivalent but very efficient implementation of Smalltalk become: Java. You might find it useful to convert your existing code and business objects to Java.
Now Seaside developers can finally tell their employers that Seaside is ready for enterprise deployment."

blonde rser blonde rser writes  |  more than 7 years ago

blonde rser (253047) writes "Avi Bryant, the creator of seaside and dabbledb, has come out with an interesting article on the consequences of ruby not being "fast enough." He makes some interesting points, with examples, on how the speed of the current batch of ruby interpreters can actually affect a developers; and how this even leads to some unexpected behavior.

This is coming off of a so called row with David Heinemeier Hansson (Ruby on Rails developer) on rails vs seaside."


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