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My Google Robot - WaveDigest
While google wave may be the future of communication, it's certainly not there yet. This wave robot allows you to register to get emails whenever a wave changes (or to get hourly, daily, or weekly digests). Now you can know when an important wave changes. in the future it will also provide RSS feeds for changes on a waves as well as providing webhooks to allow developers to perform their own operations when a wave changes. Add it to your wave: check out the code and let me ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 11, 2009 5:30 AM

Does Cloud Computing do anything new?
I've done a good bit of thinking about cloud computing and its potential impact on the way software is written. I think that i "get" cloud computing. As i've stated previously, the fact that cloud computer levels the playing field so dramatically makes it a disruptive technology. What I haven't figure out yet is this: What can we do with cloud computer that we couldn't do before? We could always store data off the box. We could always do processing off the box. Now it's just more massive. Have I ......

Posted On Thursday, November 20, 2008 2:26 PM

The Brilliance of Azure
I'll admit it. At first I didn't get it. Microsoft's cloud computer platform Azure levels the playing field in an incredible way. Think about it: You have a great idea for a company but getting it it up and running is going to require a huge financial investment in server hardware to get the thing to a reasonable scale. You can't afford that, so maybe you try to get venture capital (how's that going to work out in this economy?) With Azure you can build your app and deploy it on Microsoft's infrastructure. ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 19, 2008 6:41 PM

Random Thought (XNA + Windows Azure == ?)
Windows Azure + XNA == An easy to build MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Game)? Perhaps this puts the popular genre into the reach of open source and freeware developers.

Posted On Thursday, October 30, 2008 6:03 PM

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