Posted by: Dilipkrishnan
Architecture, Development, omg, Oracle, python, rules-engine, sharding
Martin Fowler – RulesEngine – The basic idea of production rules is very simple. In order to keep the implicit behavior under control you also need to limit the number of rules by keeping the rules within a narrow context. This would argue for a more domain specific approach to rules, where a team builds a limited rules engine that’s only designed to work within that narrow context.
Harry Pierson – IronPython Nightly Builds are available
High Scalability Blog – 17 Distributed Systems and Web Scalability Resources
Jeff Atwood – Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Mistakes
Todd Hoff – Paper: Sharding with Oracle Database
- A new SPIN on enriching a model with domain knowledge (constraints and inferences) – The point of this little background story is to describe the context in which I read this announcement from Holger Knublauch of TopQuadrant: the new version of their TopBraid Composer tool introduces SPIN, a way to complement OWL with a SPARQL-based constraint checking and inference mechanism.
- Announcing Xen Transcendent Memory project
Jason Haley – Interesting Finds: January 8, 2009 – Career related links
Alvin Ashcraft – Design/Methodologies Links