this my third installment on a series devoted to the
Event Processing Language (EPL), I'll continue where I left off last
time in which I described the basic design of event...
Last week I got a last minute invite to speak at the Silicon India BI conference (last minute for a good reason I guess... me & BI? Hmmm... :-) My database background notwithstanding!). Initially I...
is my second installment on a series devoted to the Apama
Event Processing Language, MonitorScript. In...
David Linthicum touched upon a very prevalent problem of technology not living up to its expectations set during the hype curve! He says, "With cloud computing, SOA, or whatever we...
month I was invited to speak at a Developers Workshop sponsored
by Sun Microsystems on building low-latency trading applications. I
had a 25 minute time slot to fill with the goal of educating an audience
of 110 architects, engineers...
Carnival, or Carnaval as it's spelled in Portuguese, runs through the weekend of February
21st this year in Brazil.
Who do you think might be there?
Turns out it’s U.S. President Obama, in the form of...
Cold, snow, and crossing boundaries of all kinds turned out
to be the theme for the week of January 26th.
One such boundary crossing is cross-asset trading, where counter-party
risk can leave traders out in the cold, fast. Cross-asset trading, especially including
The following conversation with
my 4-year-old daughter happened just a few days ago:
I really like China,...
been a while since I've put a few thoughts in print on these pages on
event processing, but that's not to say I've not been busy. We've
wrapped up quite a successful year in the Apama division
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