Monthly Archives: November 2008

Empowered by Ruby on Rails

Several weeks ago, I made a very very difficult decision. I decided to drop Plone and re-write the entirety of Ambisonia in Ruby on Rails. This weighed very heavily on me. I decided to do this, because anytime I wanted … Continue reading

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Application architecture and Business models. Part 2.

Following Part 1, where I presented a ‘software’ use case, this post proposes an application architecture that allows extensible workflow modelling, a tightly integrated GUI, a pay-as-you-use business model, in a “web 2” application platform. I’ll call it the ‘Enterprise … Continue reading

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Application architecture and Business models. Part 1.

One of the cold realities I have discovered with Ambisonia, is that there is a hard limit to activities which dont sustain themselves financially. I cant (yet) claim to have a good grounding in online business models, but I do … Continue reading

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