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Software & Systems Design
Photographs
Links I Like
31-Jan-2017: WebF, yet another lightweight web service framework. I finally caved and posted software
3-Jan-2017: MongoDB and Money: updated for 3.4 and BigDecimal support!
17-Oct-2016: A new rant on MongoDB and pandas.


Quip Archive


HyperResume     An ongoing project. The summary is I am a 25+ year veteran of financial and support systems design, development, and management. I am available on an advisory basis to clients of all sizes, specializing in review of information and integration design of all kinds (from financial products to technical footprint inventory to workflow to HR), software design and complexity, multilanguage leverage, and internal/external systems integration and security.
Software & Systems Design
(sticky): My Architecture Principles

31-Jan-2017: WebF: Yet another lightweight web service framework
3-Jan-2017: MongoDB 3.4 and Money: Hello BigDecimal!
17-Oct-2016: Quick tips for using pandas with MongoDB
2-Oct-2015: MongoDB: It's More Than Just JSON
21-Oct-2013: MBI/MBD: Map-Based Interface & Driver(s) to Persistence
24-Sep-2013: Good Identity Architecture
10-Sep-2013: Want To Go On A (java.util.)Date?
2-Sep-2013: PQL: The Prefix Query Language
10-Aug-2013: Strength & Speed: Leveraging Java into RAD with JRuby
24-July-2013: Don't Directly Serialize Your Classes To JSON or XML
11-July-2013: Let's Talk About Money
10-July-2013: Why You Need an Open Source Software Governance & Provenance framework
4-July-2013: Software & Databases: You're All Missing The Point

Coming soon:
Single View of X: Polarizing the Problem

Links I Like
  • http://hakim.se - Astonishing feats of css and javascript with a true aesthetic appeal.
  • http://linkfest.com - Global financial services and markets article consolidation without all the distractions.
  • http://gnu.org/... - A nice way to leg into both LISP and customization of emacs.
  • http://www.json.org - If only this existed in 1997, we would have never gotten so deep into the XML hole.
  • http://rabbit.eng.miami.edu/info/htmlchars.html - I did not know there were so many until I bumped into this.
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