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May 8, 2010

How Google Taught Me to Cache and Cash-In
The excessive need for caching has always struck me as a bit of a kludge. The thin client model inevitably leads to this excessive server-side architecture where the majority of server-side resources aren’t devoted to computation but to load balancing, fail over, and caching.

Software does not evolve; software degenerates
Instead I might say the world changes but software often doesn’t.

Programming in the Large — Multicore Goodness
Good description of PITL. Having a limited set of operators (verbs) combined with potentially large set of data (nouns) does seem to be the key to an PITL system.


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