Go Green Initiative @ the 4th IndicThreads Conference On Java 09 that starts on this Friday in Pune, India, brings several novel ideas aimed at promoting a green & eco-friendly ethic.
On Monday, I participated in a Panel Discussion “Technology Trends” organized by CSI Pune at MIT college. The panelists were Anand Deshpande, CEO of Persistent Systems, Shridhar Shukla, MD of GS Lab, Monish Darda, GM of BladeLogic India (now part of BMC Software), and me. Below are my quick-n-dirty notes of the other panelists tech trends.
Ajax killed the click-and-wait experience we once associated with the Web and today, Comet is eliminating the stale data-delivery associated with traditional Ajax techniques such as polling. However, based on recent progress within WebSockets in the HTML5 specification, Web developers can finally make streaming data to browsers in real-time a reality.
Article looks at how you can design web pages using just CSS and no tables and why CSS is the better and smarter choice for web pages.
Bruce Eckel, a well known Java and Flex author, in an interview with InfoQ talks of why he prefers to work with companies that use Python. He says…