Month: October 2013

Google App Engine, Go and Go-RESTful

I've spent the better part of a week now learning about a new suite of technologies which I am interested in using to develop my TMO gaming framework. The old guard of .NET, C#, T-SQL, ASP.NET and the three tier model feel decidedly out of date. They are cumbersome, slow and bulky at a time … Continue reading Google App Engine, Go and Go-RESTful


The REST API Design Handbook

There's a lot of confusion and disagreement about what makes for a RESTful design. The REST API Design Handbook ¬†will help you cut through the chatter and get building solid and sensible APIs, fast. It's only a few dollars from Amazon if you own a Kindle, and if you don't - well, there's always the … Continue reading The REST API Design Handbook

How I Learned to Love Go (Language) And Stop Worrying

There's a new love in my life, and she's petite, versatile, responsive and modern - it's the language, Go. I'm still in the honeymoon stage, getting to know the ways she likes to play and the things she can do for me, but I can tell you now - it's going to be a long … Continue reading How I Learned to Love Go (Language) And Stop Worrying