I for one am very happy that the next version of Visual Studio will finally embrace what some of us have been requesting for a long time now – UML adoption. A few months ago I mentioned some stuff that would be in the next version of VS and now that more has been going on I am thoroughly pleased. For my part I’ve not really looked too much into what’s going on with the class diagrams etc and whether or not we will be graced with the standard l&f for UML diagrams. I for one hope that this does … Continue reading Our cries have finally been answered then?
There is a pretty interesting architecture based on software pipelines that will at least allow your systems to utilize many-core processors in a far easier manner than other alternatives. This approach has a lot in common with fluid dynamics in that some principals are the same. All service requests hit something called a pipeline distributor. The pipeline distributor routes the request to the appropriate pipeline. What is pretty nice about this approach is that the pipelines within a pool can delegate requests to other pipelines within the same pool or even delegate requests to another pipeline distributor that maps requests … Continue reading Software pipelines