Monthly Archives: July 2008

Network Neutrality and flow rate fairness

If knowing my stance on Network Neutrality is really important to you before you read further along, I would like to state that I am against Network Neutrality, I think US broadband can do much better and I blame the … Continue reading

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Patch based inheritance: The revenge of the dynamic and unorganized

Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t. Quite similar is the story of programming and programming languages. For the past many years now the landscape of programming languages has … Continue reading

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