Working in financial sector in the UK definitely requires a strong liver, since visiting a pub is one of the most popular forms of socializing. It is made only worse by the fact, that quite often the drinks are sponsored by the company. When beer is free it is much harder to say no. And on the other hand you need to watch your tongue, since your boss might be sitting next to you and you don't w
Looks like Chicago Board Of Trade is starting to support Linux - today they were supposed to hold Linux Gateway Rollout Information Session, according to their mailing list.
Some of my articles are in Russian. There are two reasons basically. First, this is my mother tongue, and it's much easier for me to express myself in it. Second, I have been running a blog for years and wrote a few articles for it, so it seems like a waste not to publish them here. Eventually I hope to translate them into English (any volunteers? Your names will be mentioned with deepest exp
Installing my site on the hosting server was quite a pain, since a lot of features, especially special database permissions, were not available. However, with some googling and a lot of tweaking I made it to run.
The site is up and running! Feel free to browse and send me any comments you have.
C++ has always been considered a language for mission-critical server-side functionality. Web development, although in part server-side based, is done using different software development languages. I try to analyse what caused this situation. Possibility to provide a portable pure C++ web development framework is explored.
This article is for people, who believe that C++ can be successfully used to build sophisticated web applications and are frustrated by the lack of basic tools to do so. It doesn't provide any kind of definite plan on how to create a C++ web development framework, but rather tries to share some thoughts, give an inspiration and some guidelines.