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Comment: Re:The Pirate Bay (Score -1) 302

by armandoxxx (#48605783) Attached to: The Pirate Bay Responds To Raid
your quote "annoyance of paying" made me think ... people are paying for bread and butter but stealing movies, music .. what the ... ??? Someone made bread and butter .. so did movies and music ... yes, we can always go into discussion who's taking the fair share ... but ... still .. work was done ... people are getting paid for what they are doing ... that's the point .. you work you get paid ... who get's rich is the whole other discussion ... taking the money from the rich, you kill the workers ... we just have to figure out how to deal with the reach and help working people ... regards

Comment: Re:Huh? (Score -1) 371

by armandoxxx (#44498825) Attached to: Using Java In Low Latency Environments
Don't mean no disrespect but you're way wrong ;) We made a simple test .. with loading 1000 records from db and simply display it on the page .. PHP was way slower ... 1.5 times slower in displaying page ... I agree with you in one thing it's sometimes faster to do something in PHP than anyother language .... Regards Armando

Comment: Apache wicket + Apache shiro is one way to go .. (Score 0) 409

by armandoxxx (#40199387) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Tips For Designing a Modern Web Application?
Hey man ... I've developed many web projects with many different frameworks (PHP:zend, symfony, cakePhp Java: Spring, Struts ...) .. in the end I ended up working with Apache Wicket and Apache Shiro. Some of the reasons I'm using Wicket over any other java framework are easy to use API, really simple configuration, no template engines and stuff (web designer gives me HTML files and I attach my wicket components to it, thats all), development speed, fast in terms of requests per second. I use Apache Shiro over any other java security framework for the same reasons, simple to use API, simple configuration, speed.. Regards

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