Its really not that hard; you just need someone to take a breath and plan. The part of monitoring that sucks is the human part, and since your app will not tell people when its up and down, you need a person to think about that for you.
Last month I was privileged to present a webinar hosted by the ITMPI on the topic of managing technical debt. The presentation discussed the technical debt metaphor from its inception in 1992 when Ward Cunningham coined it to where it is today.
The title of this blog post is a quote by Rich Hickey, talking about the Datomic database. Its a beautiful statement, at once illuminating and paradoxical. It drives at the heart of the design of both Clojure and Datomic, and embraces the difference between identity and state.
The idea of delegating the authentication of a user to a 3rd party is ancient. At some point however, a clever (or maybe lazy) developer thought to leverage an OAuth handshake to achieve this. In this second part, I suggest the use of specific standards to achieve the same for your identities.
I’m attending Google I/O in San Francisco this week and Google has released some news on Chrome: an iOS version that it may not be Chrome, the Android version out of beta, now being the default browser on Android 4.1 and some other stuff. Let’s review the news in the mobile web world.