Articles tagged “development”

Rails3: Better, Faster, Stronger

For those who understand italian, I’ve just published an article on therubymine.com on the upcoming Ruby on Rails framework release, version 3.0: the big news is the merger with another ruby web framework, merb.

Have a nice read! :-)

http://therubymine.com/2009/06/04/rails3-better-faster-stronger/

Posted at 14PM on 06/04/09 | 0 comments | Filed Under: development

The conceptual foundations and the economics network neutrality [Part 2] - 14 May 2009, Rome

This is the second part of my recap of the nnsquad.it convention held in Rome on May 14, 2009, and hosted by the ICT consultants foundation Fondazione Ugo Bordoni.

In the first part I described the morning session, dedicated to the definition of Network neutrality, and how global economics can cope with it. The afternoon was dedicated to more technical talks, and I had the occasion to hear telcos spokesmen remarks over the current situation and possible future developments.

The first speech started at 2.15PM and was held by Prof. Vittorio Trecordi (slides available here). He introduced it by stating that net neutrality could possibly contrast with the economic development and security assessment, because of the wiretapping needed for the latter, tap that is strongly against [ .. ]

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Posted at 01AM on 05/17/09 | 2 comments | Filed Under: politics

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