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Programming

I just handed in my last assignment for my masters degree, completing a ten-year effort. Maybe there is a reason why they put a "Slow Children" sign in front of our house. And JSDK 1.5 is rolling out some time soon. It's a good week for a blog about finishing things -- time for an article about shutdown hooks. A shutdown hook is a Thread designed to be run after a program receives a signal to...
on May 9, 2004
Coupling in software architecture seems to form a spectrum, based on what has to change to make the system do something different. At one end of the spectrum are dissociated ubiquitous services, like those envisioned by JXTA. At the other end are the highly-coupled systems of architectural nightmares. In between I've identified configured services, component systems, and client-server systems....
on Jan 11, 2004