I want to discuss some weirder things on this blog, but I think it'd be a good idea to start off with an overview of how to build a very simple HTML5- or Native App friendly architecture.
I was talking to $PERSON from $BIG_COMPANY the other day, and they happened to mention that around 80% of their CPU time was spent on serializing and deserializing data ...
Django REST Framework: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Presented at MelbDjango 0.9 on 6 Feb 2014
My presentations at OSDC 2014 on the Gold Coast!
OSDC 2015 "Talking with Leviathan: Interfacing Open Source to SAP"
A couple of people have mentioned that while they like the idea of offloading their site to a CDN, they're not ready to have their site look like some relic from 1999 ...
The current storm in a teacup seems to be about static vs. dynamic website design. As usual, this is a False Dichotomy ... actually, there's a whole range of options to explore.
Tranquil is a protocol framework which is designed to be very simple and very extensible.
What if you could have a rich web frontend without developing one?
IP-layer load balancing without an actual load balancer, by abusing (well, extending) ARP.