If artificial intelligence is a computation, does it learn by accumulating more input data, by changing its own computation, or both?
Frameworks and platforms promise to raise productivity by removing technical complexity. But it’s the technical aspects that interest developers, much more than domain aspects. This leads to a dynamics where peak productivity with a given technology is never reached, because developers already look for the next framework or platform.
It's easy to get going with new software technologies. But a deep understanding of their strength and weaknesses takes a lot longer-even decades.
We often take for granted the technology we have and forget that it's the result of a tedious evolutionary process.
Plattforms must be innovative and general-purpose at the same time. For a plattform to thrive, it must find and maintain the right balance.
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I was contacted last week to know if I had actually integrated an asynchronous web service in OpenESB, as promised in a previous post. The NetBeans SOA package is sometimes a bit obscure, though there are some explanation about the examples. I took a bit of time to dig this out, and here is then… Continue reading OpenESB: Invoke an Asynchronous Web Service
I had the bad surprise last week to notice that my domain name had expired. Like many other before me, I realized then that the domain name business is aggressively money-driven and that many companies try to make profit out of domain name registration. In my case, the domain name had first expired, but because… Continue reading S*** My Domain Name Has Expired