Author Archives: Sebastien Lambla

Microsoft and Open Source

This content has moved to my new home page. I have been a vocal, and sometimes harsh, critic of Microsoft’s approach to Open Source Software. I call that activism, some call it whining, ranting or pisser dans la soupe. People are … Continue reading 

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Http Caching is complicated for everyone

This content has moved to my new home page. As you may know, one of the talks I’m giving this year is HTTP caching 101. I feel it’s important to educate everyone on HTTP. One of the interesting things is the … Continue reading 

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The new OpenEverything organization

This content has moved to my new home page. OpenRasta has been there for many years, and is the most widely used alternative framework for ReST applications. OpenWrap has been there for a year and a half, and has some usage … Continue reading 

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HTTP tour: Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen.

This content has moved to my new home page. I’ll be touring the north of Britain from the 18th of January with two talks: HTTP caching 101 and Links, forms and Unicorns. The details are at http://www.gep13.co.uk/blog/?p=609 so if you’re interested … Continue reading 

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Free OpenWrap workshop Saturday 10th December in Lier, Belgium

This content has moved to my new home page. You get 4 hours and a lunch (complimentary from PeopleWare) to come and talk about package management and how it can change the way you build software. It’s completely free, you just … Continue reading 

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