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I've moved to sdf, a very cool public access unix system. The new url is http://edoneel.chaosnet.org
From now on this blog will focus on web services. I'll try to document my experience with getting web services to run in Squeak with a view to making it understandable to anyone, regardless of the computer language used
Reference information will appear on the WebServices link in the upper left corner but the essays will first appear below.
Last night I met with Ian Prince and he took my picture. with his new Nokia phone. Ian does the excellent Learning Seaside blog
We talked about Squeak and Seaside (of course) but also talked about Zope and ZODB, the Zope Object DataBase. The current release seems to be here and a nice overview paper was presented at a python workshop a while back.
The BioBrew Linux Distribution
Open standards architecture at the GGF
The TeraGyroid Project Uses Transatlantic Supercomputing
Fablusi (tm) is a role-play simulation generator. You don't need to know any web-programming in order to create an interactive and dynamic role play simulation.
Emulab - Network Emulation Testbed Home
Building a grid app with Python
Alife 9 will be in Boston in Sep 2004
XP2004 is June 6-10 in Germany
Who Will Pay? - Coping with Aging Societies, Climate Change, and Other Long-Term Fiscal Challenges
ACE 2004 - International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology - Singapore, 3 - 5 June
International Workshop on Data Integration in the Life Sciences (DILS 2004) - March 25-26, 2004 - Leipzig, Germany
Streaming languages for graphics. Brook is one example.
A good overview of GPUs
Panda3D - a open source game and simulation engine.
Ashli slides and notes. Ashli is ATI's Advanced Shading Language Interface
The year of the open-source Database
An Evolutionary Analysis of GNU C Optimizations - Using Natural Selection to Investigate Software Complexities
Alpine Slopes by AlteredVista is a first person, downhill skiing game designed for people with severe motor disabilities.
Video-Based Human-Computer Interfaces
Comparing Reyes and OpenGL on a Stream Architecture
IBM Says Web Services has Moved Beyond the Hype
Microsoft Publishes Office 2003 XML Reference Schemas
Walmart and pressure on suppliers
A Day at the Beach - Exploring the Seaside Web Application Framework for Squeak Smalltalk - A Dramatic Improvement in Abstraction and Productivity
The W3 Web Services Activity
IBM fuels web services push
3D london Tube Maps
Building a High-performance Computing Cluster Using FreeBSD FreeBSD
The Typhon cluster at Universidade Federal de Alagoas in Brazil is a FreeBSD one
The globus alliance is doing grid middleware
TightVNC for remote X sessions
The 2003 Scheme Workshop
GOODS is an OO Database
Expanding the market for games
The Web Services Description Working Group has released two Working Drafts of the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) Version 2.0: Part 1: Core Language and Part 2: Message Patterns.
Four ways to know your WSDL
Web services in Action
Web Services Choreography
Web Services Standards Mess
PyMOL is a USER-SPONSORED molecular modeling system with an OPEN-SOURCE foundation.
Squeak People site
Nice discussion about tables, rows, and queries as first class objects in smalltalk
Proceedings of the 2nd Grid Engine Workshop
visuos: A Visuo-spatial Operating Software for Knowledge Work
Ants 2004: Fourth International Workshop on Ant Colony Optimization and Swarm Intelligence in Brussels 5-8 Sep 2004
ITCC2004 - Special Track on Information Technology in Bioinformatics and Biomedical Computing
RayTracer in Smalltalk
Squeak 3.6 CD
VirtualSky is a cool multi-wavelength viewer
Put your whole home directory under CVS
Akamai bases new app management tools on SOAP
Achieving loose coupling
Got a windows system? Want to waste an amazing amount of time? Good, then OrbiterSim is for you. (From DIY Games) OrbiterSim is a simulation that allows aspiring astronauts to take to the heavens from the comfort of their computer chair, has received a major update. -- Those who have yet to experience Orbiter might want to take a close look at the project, its $0 price tag is tough to match. Within minutes of downloading, and hours of studying, you too can be taking off from Kennedy Space Center to deploy a satellite, linking up with the International Space Station, test flying experimental space ships, and much more.
History of the teapot
The new wave of outsourcing
Marc Prensky writs a lot on Serious Games
Software Agents for Business Automation
The Interactive Minority Game: a Web-based investigation of human market interactions
D. Ezra Sidran who has done some nice education/wargames simulations
Slashdot | IBM's Blue Gene powered by Linux
Computer Graphic Forum Cover Competition winners
OOPSLA 2003 Sunday trip report
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