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Tobi Schäfer: Calendars on weblogs as navigational "aid" suck badly.
"nevertheless, i think i could consider a calendar useful to browse events that are close to the current date. events which do not have to be related to any of the current stories, e.g. because i have found out about them much earlier (like concerts, meetings, birthdays). i noticed that it often does not make any sense to blog an event which is further away than three or four days into the future."
I played with the idea of reintroducing the calendar on langreiter.com but decided to rather think about other schemes of navigating backwards (summary timelines &c.) ... things coming as time permits.
"Kalender machen einen Haufen Sinn für ... Kalender."
"Spread is a toolkit that provides a high performance messaging service that is resilient to faults across external or internal networks. Spread functions as a for distributed applications, and provides highly tuned application-level multicast and group communication support. Spread services range from reliable message passing to fully ordered messages with delivery guarantees, even in case of computer failures and network partitions."
Tristan Davies: "I find it interesting that the .NET architects matched or bettered most Java technology but seemed to have . Microsoft is heading in an opposite direction by enhancing the capabilities of the humble recordset with powerful ADO bolt-on facilities. By contrast in J2EE use of ADO type classes is depreciated and the business object is king."
If you want to experience what O/R mapping and CMP can really do for you, check out the Hop. You won't want back.
Mit ObjectSpaces hat Microsoft allerdings durchaus etwas im O/R-Köcher ... wenn ich auch noch nicht genau weiss, was.
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