Sitting on the Node.js Fence

I am a long standing fan of Garrison Keillor and his Prairie Home Companion. I fondly remember a Saturday in which he delivered his widely popular News From Lake Wobegon, and that contained the following conundrum: “Is ambivalence a bad thing? Well, yes and no”. It also accurately explains my feeling towards Node.js and the exploding […]

Avro Arrow, Tick-Tock and Small Batches

I have just returned from a month-long vacation, enjoying an overdue change of context. Among other things, it helped me free up enough brain cycles to play one of my favorite games – ‘look for a pattern’. It appears (as my Jazz Platform colleagues tell me) that I have a giant database for a brain. […]