Monthly Archives: August 2009

Buying Fish Concurrently

Architectural patterns practically pop up everywhere and in places least expected.  An example of this is Starbucks does not use two-phase commit.  Recently at my local farmers market, I came across the need to leverage another one. I typically purchase … Continue reading

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Nigerian 419 and the recession

The Washington Post recently published an online article on how the hard economic times are impacting scammers in Nigeria and possibly making them more creative and ingenious. Being from Nigeria and living in the US, I did find this article … Continue reading

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