At work we're dealing with some complex messaging situations. Or at least "messaging" is one way to look at what we're dealing with. But here's the thing: conventional wisdom says use a full featured platform like Zero MQ or any JMS-compliant messaging platform (we use Java)....and I don't think that's right.
Haphazard House is a place on the web for the technology musings and contributions of Phil Hargett.
It is an amalgam of many different experiments, and so is likely to be unstable and (gasp) unattractive. At the moment it contains several custom libraries of
That may change in the future at whim and / or need.
I'm engaged in several activities at the moment, including:
A framework for custom tags and page templates in web applications
A Common Lisp implementation of Red-Black Trees, including a persisted, append-only version
a Lisp client library for accessing Amazon Web Services