‘This article will use NettoSphere, a framework build on top of the popular Netty Framework and Atmosphere with support of WebSockets, Server Side Events and Long-Polling. NettoSphere allows [async JVM framework] Atmosphere’s applications to run on top of the Netty Framework.’
This looks really nice — it’s quite similar to something I was hacking on a while back. Only problem is that it’s AGPL-licensed… ‘Pushpin makes it easy to create HTTP long-polling and streaming services using any web stack as the backend. It’s compatible with any framework, whether Django, Rails, ASP, or even PHP. Pushpin works as a reverse proxy, sitting in front of your server application and managing all of the open client connections.’
‘A recent ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has called into question […] the liability of media organisations for online comment.’ Delfi, a news website in Estonia, found liable for a user’s comments by the ECHR
Bookmarking particularly for the 3 “favourite DevOps patterns”:
“Make sure we have environments available early in the Development process”; enforce a policy that the code and environment are tested together, even at the earliest stages of the project; “Wake up developers up at 2 a.m. when they break things”; and “Create reusable deployment procedures”.