Chris Richardson has an ACM Queue article on O/R Mapping frameworks for dynamic languages, referring GORM (Groovy O/R Mapping). He successfully introduces GORM by highlighting its difference from Java's solution, Hybernate.
ORM in Dynamic Languages
Volume 6 , Issue 3 (May/June 2008)
FEATURE: Q focus: Object-Relational Mapping
Year of Publication: 2008
A major component of most enterprise applications is the code that transfers objects in and out of a relational database. The easiest solution is often to use an ORM (object-relational mapping) framework, which allows the developer to declaratively define the mapping between the object model and database schema and express database-access operations in terms of objects. This high-level approach significantly reduces the amount of database-access code that needs to be written and boosts developer productivity.
Friday, May 30, 2008
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Alex Iskold posted an excellent article on the architecture of the Twitter platform. It clearly explains what are problems and how they are solved in terms of relational DB and Computing Clouds.
- Twitter and the Architectural Challenges of Life Streaming Applications, Alex Iskold (May 12, 2008)
Great demonstrations of powerful combination of recent deep neural networks applications - stacked hourglass networks for human pose estima...
An XForms-based programming model for web applications, HopiXForms (HX), is presented. It allows multi-targetting of applications. An XForm...
An excellent paper (in fact, a best-paper-awarded paper) describing technologies (a Web application development tool) with Ajax-like techn...