You probably don't know him, unless you live in MN. He seems like a nice enough Democrat, and I'm happy he won. Now, check out the nice letter he got from the complete nutcase (person) he replaced in office:
"Jesus is the way, the truth and offers His life to you and each human being. Pay attention...this is very important, Satveer. Have you noticed Jesus for yourself...at some moment in time, yet???"
I'm being tasked with building a new web application and I need advice from programmers.
If you were going to build a serious web app, say, a myspace or a digg or an amazon or whatever — what technology would you use? We're talking hundreds of thousands of users and a relatively complex database schema.
You don't necessarily need to qualify your answer, just curious to know what you'd recommend, so I can read up on it.
For example, I'm mainly a Java guy so currently I'd choose JSF + Hibernate + MySQL. But I don't want to be biased, I'm very open to alternatives.
I wish I had more time to look into everything out there, there's so much!
Anyone believing it to be a "coincidence" is at best just naive!
As the Samba team says in their post about the deal:
So, how do we stand together against what is sure to be a long hard road?"...the GPL makes it clear that all distributors of GPL'd software must stand together in the fight against software patents. Only by standing together do we stand a chance of defending against the peril represented by software patents.