Monthly Archives: June 2010

Putting a State Name into a Spring Webflow URL

The current client I’m working with (I’m a consultant for Improving Enterprises) asked us to help clean up their access logging with the Spring Webflow application that we helped build for them. To perform the access logging, they’ve set up … Continue reading

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Great article: taking VM into account when crafting an algorithm

I just couldn’t resist blogging about this article I stumbled across through slashdot: http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=1814327.  Basically, it’s all about taking virtual memory into account while crafting an algorithm, in order to reduce paging. Most often, I’m working on systems where we … Continue reading

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