Author Archives: giorgionatili

JavaScript application load strategies

The load policy of a web application is really a cross technology topic in fact a web app that loads fast usually get a better user experience. The components of an application can be roughly summarized as following: services client … Continue reading

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RIACon 2011!

The Rich Internet Application Conference, August 6th and 7th – Rockville, MD Where architects and developers of all levels will share and learn about creating the next generation of web based applications.  RIAcon’s goals are to help you network with … Continue reading

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Intelligere SCS RC4

Today we released the new release of Intelligere SCS one of the open source projects we run! Intelligere SCS is a collaboration system with an integrated web conference system ideal for virtual classroom, e-learning and video conference. In order to … Continue reading

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FATC conference, individual over processes

One of the principles of the agile manifesto that GNStudio subscribes to is: “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools” We have just returned from New York City where GNStudio sponsored and presented at the Flash and the City conference … Continue reading

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Dynamic programming @ 360|Flex

The 360|Flex is still running and some wonderful sessions will start in a while but in the meanwhile here we are with the link to the slides of the “Dynamic programming with Flex” presentation. The slides are available here, instead … Continue reading

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360|Flex Conference, party and a new software

360|Flex is the first and still the best Adobe Flex developer conference in the world. During the conference you will not get company pushing books, or a media company selling subscriptions, the conference goal is to bring the best and … Continue reading

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Pseudocode and agile modeling

Introduction The purpose of this article is not to be an omni-comprehensive guide about pseudocode but a starting point for a discussion about possible usages and the benefit we are experiencing from the usage of pseudocode during our development process. … Continue reading

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